Two Surfers Saved by Palm Beach Lifeguards

Our Beaches  |  Public Safety  |  October 6, 2020

Lifeguards Craig Pollock and Lex May are being praised for recognizing that a man and a woman 100 yards offshore from the former Charley’s Crab restaurant were in distress and struggling to stay afloat.

The two had been swept away by a strong riptide. Craig Pollock, a surfer  and lifeguard for decades teamed up with fellow lifeguard Lex May to don fins, grab an abandoned surfboard from the beach and bring the couple to safety.

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