Search Continues For Rebbi Swept Out To Sea After Helping Struggling Student In Water At Virginia Beach

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UPDATE: The Coast Guard is continuing its search Wednesday morning for 35-year-old Reuven Tzvi ben Esther Baila who disappeared into the ocean Tuesday while helping a teen at False Cape State Park.

Crews searched overnight and are still in active search and rescue posture, said Petty Officer Steve Lehmann.

Urgent Tehillim is needed after a rebbi/counselor at a day camp in Norfolk, Virginia was swept out to sea this afternoon.

WVEC reports that crews were trying to find the counselor, Reuven Tzvi ben Esther Baila, who went missing in the water off False Cape State Park.

Emergency dispatchers received a call reporting a drowning at the park, located at 4001 Sandpiper Road in Virginia Beach. The caller said two people had been in the water. One was 35 years old. The other was an 11-year-old student.

The counselor was with a group of 20 campers when he saw one of the struggling in the water so he went into help. The student was able to get out, but the counselor has not been located yet.

{Matzav.com Newscenter}

7 COMMENTS

  1. To translate the segulah (or if pic is unclear).
    It says that by throwing into the water a Ke’Arah made of wood, it will float until it reaches and stops at the place of the person you are looking for.

    All the best

  2. Hashem should have rachmonus on us. On the local news they said no swimming was allowed that day. Let’s be careful. When they say no swimming stay out.

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