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JOSE HERNANDERZ REMEMBERED AFTER BRUNSWICK DROWNING

The identity of a man who drowned at Brunswick Head last week has been revealed as 36-year-old-Mexican Jose Hernanderz.

The Mullumbimby local was swimming just south of the surf club last Thursday, before being caught in a rip.

Tragically he couldn’t be revived.

Jose has been remembered as an active community member, with his partner telling NBN News she’s ‘shattered’ by the loss.

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