Like the mailman, OC Lifeguards are at the ready be it rain and sleet, but even more so when there is high surf in Dana Point.
On Thursday night, CBS-Los Angeles, filmed some of the crew performing ocean rescue training in the dark, cold waters at Salt Creek Beach.
During night rescues, lifeguards wear helmets with chem lights or glowsticks and strobe lights strapped to their arms. They swim with buoys and swim fins, too.
According to Jason Young, spokesperson for OC Lifeguards, there is always at least a small team of lifeguards working 24/7, 365 days a year regardless of weather conditions. Night training is also performed on a regular basis.
To see the video, click here.