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Australia Fourth Vic drowning death in two weeks

20:37  03 january  2018
20:37  03 january  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Detailed information on the incidence of drowning deaths in Victoria from July 2003 to June 2008 has been used to provide a 5-year average of drowning deaths in Victoria . Two children and adolescents in the 5-14yr age group drowned this year.

On Monday, a man drowned at Woolamai Beach on Phillip Island after seemingly being caught in a rip. © AAP Image On Monday, a man drowned at Woolamai Beach on Phillip Island after seemingly being caught in a rip.

Four men have drowned at Victorian beaches in two weeks, with the latest death occurring on the Mornington Peninsula.

The man was seen face down in the water at the beach on Point Napean Road at Rye shortly after 2pm on Wednesday.

Attempts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful.

On Monday, a man drowned at Woolamai Beach on Phillip Island after seemingly being caught in a rip.

A week earlier, 28-year-old Hemant Govekar disappeared in the water off Cape Woolamai after he was spotted in trouble by surfers on Christmas Day.

Mr Govekar was at the beach with his family and had recently graduated from the University of Queensland.

A 41-year-old Sydenham man died at a Skenes Creek beach on the Great Ocean Road on December 21 while trying to rescue his two children.

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