BROUGHT TO YOU BY PHIZER-Community devastated after KILLER JABBED Sydney dad, 41, dies while surfing

A 41-year-old dad who died suddenly during his regular morning surf has been remembered as a “kind and caring” man by his local community.

Carl Robinson, a local real estate agent and “big personality”, was paddling in the water at Cronulla beach at around 7am on July 15 when four fellow surfers noticed him suddenly slump over, his friend and colleague Liz Stevens told Yahoo News Australia.

It’s understood the surfers — including three teenage boys who often rode waves with Mr Robinson — saw the dad’s head in the water and rushed over to help after realising something was wrong.

Ms Stevens said the group jumped off their boards and worked to keep Mr Robinson afloat while they paddled him back to shore, performed CPR and alerted the lifeguards.

Despite their and paramedics’ best efforts, the 41-year-old died on the beach.


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