Brave Steffan Williams. See SWNS story SWRNLI; A heroic eight-year-old boy rescued FIVE people from a treacherous stretch of coastline - in the space of just two days. Brave Steffan Williams from was out kayaking when he spotted tourists in trouble, on two separate occasions. The primary school pupil had been paddling along the coast when he spotted three people huddled on a rock - an elderly woman with her arm in a sling, accompanied by two teenage boys.m Quick-thinking Steffan, who’s dad Huw, 43, volunteers on the lifeboats, paddled back to the shoreline to collect his rubber dinghy, and took each of the three frightened holidaymakers back to safety. Just two days later, he was out on the water again when he spotted two teenage boys on the same rock, frantically whistling and waving to catch his attention. Steffan paddled over to them and the frightened lads told him they were cold and hungry, and their phones had run out of battery. The family live in New Quay, Ceredigion, Wales, an area popular with tourists in the summer months, who often use the sandy beach as a cut through between caravan parks and the town

A heroic 8-year-old boy rescued five people from a treacherous stretch of coastline in the space of just two days.
Brave Steffan Williams was out kayaking when he spotted three tourists — an elderly woman and two teenagers — huddled on a rock.
He quickly fetched his rubber dinghy and then towed the terrified trio back to the shore.
And just two days later he spotted two teenage boys stuck on the same rock, frantically whistling and waving to catch his attention.
This time his mom Kate insisted they call in the local lifeguard team, which happens to include Steffan’s dad Huw — who collected the lads on a lifeboat.
Stefan, of New Quay, Ceredigion, Wales, was given a $10 reward by the first family he rescued.
He said: “They were really grateful, I haven’t spent it yet.”
“The tide was going out but it wasn’t going out a lot so I just went over and took …
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