Kurnell: Two bodies found after fishermen washed off rocks

Peta Rasdien
The Nightly
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A search team made the grim find soon after a search was launched for the men who had been swept into the sea.
A search team made the grim find soon after a search was launched for the men who had been swept into the sea. Credit: SS/PR IMAGE

The bodies of two men have been found after they were washed off rocks south of Sydney.

It’s understood the men were fishing about 2.45pm local time on Monday when they were swept into the sea.

Police were called to the area near Cape Solander Drive in Kurnell and launched a search involving Marine Area Command, Surf Life Savers and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter.

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The bodies pulled from the water a short time later.

Police officers performed CPR until NSW Ambulance paramedics took over, but the men could not be revived.

They are yet to be formally identified.

A report will be prepared for the coroner.

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