A CHILD’S life has been saved by three lifeguards in Marbella.
More than 100 people lined the Playa de Cable this evening as a 10-year-old was sucked under the waves.
The child was just moments from being thrown against the rocks of the marina when three lifeguards entered the choppy waters, according to eyewitness Mark Weston.
“The kid was about to be thrown against the rocks,” Irish expat Weston told the Olive Press.
“More than 100 people lined the beach watching and clapping as the lifeguards came back with the child.
“The waves were extremely choppy this afternoon.”
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