Three men die after being swept off rocks in NSW | 7NEWS

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Three men have died, swept off rocks in Port Kembla at one of the deadliest fishing spots in the country. They were washed into rough seas by a rogue wave, the third such incident in as many days. This latest tragedy prompting a plea from lifeguards.

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