Grim search for Swedish tourist swept off rocks

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The search for a Swedish student reportedly washed off rocks in Sydney has resumed for a fourth day.

Noa Sage was reported to have fallen about seven meters onto the rocks at Blue Fish Point near Manly’s North Head at about 5:30pm Wednesday before landing in the water.

NSW Police Marine Area Command has called for help from rescuers to continue the search for the 20-year-old.

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A police helicopter and marine police are searching and divers are expected to join later on Saturday.

“Surf Life Saving NSW has been asked to help search for a missing man on Saturday,” a spokesperson for SLS NSW said on Friday.

“We have been asked to provide an inflatable lifeboat and jet skis along with a UAV (drone).”

The search was initially suspended late Wednesday evening and resumed Thursday and Friday with air assistance from PolAir.

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-MONKEY

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