Aussie musician saves a boy from drowning on a New York beach

 A professional musician from Australia found a new vocation at a New York beach when he jumped into the ocean and saved a drowning boy with the help of a surfer. Roy Molloy, a sax player, and the surfer responded when they heard the boy’s parents screaming for help. The child is one of three people who had to be saved from rough waters on the beach, which no longer has a lifeguard on duty.

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