The Jaws Christmas Eve session was an epic paddle day filled with carnage and a lot of close calls. A jet ski was lost but retrieved in time before it hit the shoreline by the Pe'ahi Safety Team. One surfer had a mild concussion after being dropped in on during a really good set wave that she was waiting for, then a massive clean up set caught the whole lineup which pushed one of the women surfers into the left which is most dangerous part of the shoreline that we call the key hole. Rescue attempts were made multiple times against the rocks with no success, luckily this surfer made it to the shore and walked away to live another day. Overall the conditions were epic 12ft sets with light winds and a lot of big wave chargers pushing the limits of paddle in surfing out at Jaws. A Christmas Eve session to always remember and one we will all learn from. 

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