The esplanade of the Águilas auditorium yesterday hosted the presentation of the Surveillance and Rescue Plan in Beaches and Rescue in the Sea of the Region (Copla), which began in the municipality on June 5, initially developing only during weekends on five beaches. Since this Thursday, all the troops and material resources necessary to cover the 14 monitored beaches have been incorporated.
The device, with 50 lifeguards and an all-terrain vehicle on those beaches without a fixed post, will run until August 31. Surveillance and rescue will take place from 11:30 am to 8:00 pm, with the material and personal resources that have been available in recent years. External defibrillators are also available.