"Two men were pulled ashore.

They were reanimated, medics helped them.

A team of rescuers, divers and a helicopter searched for the man in the sea," he writes.

On the morning of Sunday, July 25, the head of the Klaipeda Beaches rescue team told AtviraKlaipeda.lt that the body of the drowned man has not been found yet.

"On Saturday, there were big waves in the sea, a red flag was raised.

Three boys from Belarus were swimming and got caught in a shock wave.

We saved two, one disappeared without a trace," he said.

According to him, all three citizens of Belarus work in one company registered in Troki.

Police said the 41-year-old rescued man had a blood alcohol level of 1.26.

The second 38-year-old man who was rescued was sober.

It is reported that the man, who disappeared without information, was born in 1980.

This year, this is the first victim on the beach in Klaipeda.