Four ambulance crews attended Sandy Beach this afternoon following reports of a man being pulled from the water.
Four ambulance crews attended Sandy Beach this afternoon following reports of a man being pulled from the water. Trevor Veale

Man pulled from water at Sandy Beach

FOUR ambulance crews and two helicopters were called to Sandy Beach this afternoon following reports of a man being pulled from the water.

The 40-year-old male was conscious but was struggling to breathe when paramedics arrived, with the man supplied oxygen by lifeguards to help calm him.

A spokesman for NSW Ambulance Media said the man was suffering a seizure.

The paramedics called off the helicopters while they were attending to the man.

Reports suggest the man is in a stable condition.



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