The Nova Scotia Police confirmed that a woman drowned near Peggy’s Cove. The emergency workers responded to a report that a woman was struggling in the water.
According to the Halifax Fire and Emergency, the local fishermen brought the woman to the shore where the rescuers attempted to perform CPR. The RCMP added that the woman was declared dead at the scene.
According to the owner of Peggy’s Cove Boat Tours, they recovered a purse containing Quebec information where the woman was reportedly standing.
The Nova Scotia government announced plans to install barrier and safety signs at the East Coast landmark.
The measures came from recommendations by a team of community members and local organizations after a man died while another was rescued in the chilly waters off the rocks last year.
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