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There’s the Rahoe River on Waikana Seashore in Gisborne (file photograph).
Persons are being advised to not swim or accumulate shellfish on two seashores in Gisborne after two folks died.
A police spokesman stated each folks have been discovered lifeless within the waters in Gisborne on August 24.
One particular person was browsing off the coast, and it isn’t clear how they died. The opposite particular person was discovered within the river at Te Karaca.
Gisborne County Council stated on social media that there was a Rahwe River on Waikana and Makururi seashores till September 2 “as a result of early dying of surfers”.
Folks have been requested to not accumulate seafood and to remain on the seashore.
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