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BBC News are reporting how two young boys travelling home to west Wales after training in Swansea, averted a possible serious accident when the driver of the car they were in, suddenly passed out on the M4. Hari, the driver`s son helped steer the car onto the hard shoulder, with help and advice from Dylan sitting in the back seat.

Dylan is a junior member of Aberporth SLSC and his mother, Lisa and grandfather, Shane are very well know in the surf lifesaving world.

Very well done to the two lads, it what must have been a very frightening incident.

 

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