Bondi's lifeguards open on how he saved a woman from almost drowning

The inhabitants of & # 39; Born and bred & # 39; from the pristine eastern suburbs of Sydney they used fast thinking techniques and knowledge of their local beach to save the 34-year-old.

The heroic lifeguards that took a woman from her potential wet tomb have been opened from the moment they saved her.

The inhabitants of & # 39; Born and bred & # 39; from the pristine eastern suburbs of Sydney they used quick thinking techniques and knowledge of their local beach to save the 34-year-old woman.

The swimmer was "seconds" from the death in Bronte Beach when Andrew Reid, Troy Stewart, Wally Eggleton and Anthony Carroll took her out of safety, all legends of the area.

The inhabitants of & # 39; Born and bred & # 39; from the pristine eastern suburbs of Sydney they used fast thinking techniques and knowledge of their local beach to save the 34-year-old.

The inhabitants of & # 39; Born and bred & # 39; from the pristine eastern suburbs of Sydney they used fast thinking techniques and knowledge of their local beach to save the 34-year-old.

Troy Stewart (center) said the swimmer was very distressed as she had been hit by a few waves and was near the rocks

Troy Stewart (center) said the swimmer was very distressed as she had been hit by a few waves and was near the rocks

Troy Stewart (center) said the swimmer was very distressed as she had been hit by a few waves and was near the rocks

Ten-foot waves lashed the shores of Bronte just before seven o'clock on Thursday morning.

As most of the beaches in New South Wales had been defeated by the prevailing conditions, the lifeguards had not yet established the safety flags and had set up the rescue team for the next day.

"In fact, we were just observing and checking the conditions to see how we would establish the beach and a massive set," Bronte lifeguard Andrew Reid told Daily Mail Australia.

The lifeguards had yet to set the safety flags and design the rescue team for the next day

The lifeguards had yet to set the safety flags and design the rescue team for the next day

The lifeguards had yet to set the safety flags and design the rescue team for the next day

Troy Stewart (pictured) is a personal trainer for Bronte, he had just finished his morning class when he noticed the woman who was fighting in the notorious Bogey Hole swimming spot.

Troy Stewart (pictured) is a personal trainer for Bronte, he had just finished his morning class when he noticed the woman who was fighting in the notorious Bogey Hole swimming spot.

Troy Stewart (pictured) is a personal trainer for Bronte, he had just finished his morning class when he noticed the woman who was fighting in the notorious Bogey Hole swimming spot.

At that moment, the surf lifeguard addressed his colleague and joked that "today I would not want to be outside."

When he finished the sentence, he noticed that a fighter swimmer was being dragged by a treacherous wave.

"I started running and I saw that I was in a precarious place, chewing sets of 10 feet, it looked tiny and all I could think was how to get there?

Mr. Reid: "I've seen a lot of people drown and I can say that I think it was sinking for the last time."

Mr. Reid: "I've seen a lot of people drown and I can say that I think it was sinking for the last time."

Mr. Reid: "I've seen a lot of people drown and I can say that I think it was sinking for the last time."

Troy then launched into the wild waters using the scam to reach her before and save her life

Troy then launched into the wild waters using the scam to reach her before and save her life

Troy then launched into the wild waters using the scam to reach her before and save her life

"I've seen a lot of people drown and I can say that I think it was sinking for the last time," Mr. Reid said, "but then Troy came up to her and stopped her, it was amazing to see."

Bronte resident, Troy Stewart, who is a personal trainer, had just finished his morning class when he noticed the woman fighting in the famous Bogey Hole swimming spot.

"I've seen people being dragged along the side of the spectrum hole, but I've never seen someone being swept by the back," said Troy.

Bronte lifeguard Andrew Reid said: "In fact, we were just looking and checking the conditions to see how we would install the beach and a massive set."

Bronte lifeguard Andrew Reid said: "In fact, we were just looking and checking the conditions to see how we would install the beach and a massive set."

Bronte lifeguard Andrew Reid said: "In fact, we were just looking and checking the conditions to see how we would install the beach and a massive set."

"My first reaction was to notify the children (lifeguards) but then I realized that I was closer and how serious the situation was based on the size of the waves and the rip, so I just undressed and went in."

Troy then launched into the wild waters using the tear to reach it earlier.

"I was very distressed because I had been hit by some waves and was close to the rocks," said Troy.

  Troy is not a lifesaver, but said he received messages of recognition for the dramatic rescue that hailed him as a lifesaver.

  Troy is not a lifesaver, but said he received messages of recognition for the dramatic rescue that hailed him as a lifesaver.

Troy is not a lifesaver, but said he received messages of recognition for the dramatic rescue that hailed him as a lifesaver.

"I tried to calm her down and I held her and the boys were there in a matter of seconds.

"After the rescue, I ran to the beach to take a quick shower and make sure I was ready for my next client."

Troy is not a lifesaver, but said he received messages of recognition for the dramatic rescue that hailed him as a lifesaver.

He said: I'm glad the lady is fine and apparently she's also local. I'll give him a big hug when he comes back.

Despite the treacherous conditions and the lack of equipment, the 36-year-old pilot said he "had great confidence" in his own safety and would not advise others to risk his life.

Both the beach of Bronte and Bondi remain closed due to the harsh conditions of Friday.

Wally Eggleton (pictured) also rushed to save the 34-year-old swimmer on Thursday morning

Wally Eggleton (pictured) also rushed to save the 34-year-old swimmer on Thursday morning

Wally Eggleton (pictured) also rushed to save the 34-year-old swimmer on Thursday morning

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