Miami Beach Lifeguard/EMT Jason Casanova carries a rescue paddle board past his new work station on Friday, March 20, 2015, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony at which Miami Beach officials unveiled one of the city's two new lifeguard towers. This brightly-colored structure is on the beach at 10th Street, behind Ocean Rescue headquarters. Casanova and fellow lifeguard/EMT Cayetano Garcia will team up at this post to keep beachgoers safe. The new towers are added to the already-iconic 29-piece collection between South Pointe and 87th Street. The new round tower's color scheme is ice plant green, fusion pink and knockout orange.
Miami Beach Lifeguard/EMT Jason Casanova carries a rescue paddle board past his new work station on Friday, March 20, 2015, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony at which Miami Beach officials unveiled one of the city's two new lifeguard towers. This brightly-colored structure is on the beach at 10th Street, behind Ocean Rescue headquarters. Casanova and fellow lifeguard/EMT Cayetano Garcia will team up at this post to keep beachgoers safe. The new towers are added to the already-iconic 29-piece collection between South Pointe and 87th Street. The new round tower's color scheme is ice plant green, fusion pink and knockout orange. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Miami Beach Lifeguard/EMT Jason Casanova carries a rescue paddle board past his new work station on Friday, March 20, 2015, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony at which Miami Beach officials unveiled one of the city's two new lifeguard towers. This brightly-colored structure is on the beach at 10th Street, behind Ocean Rescue headquarters. Casanova and fellow lifeguard/EMT Cayetano Garcia will team up at this post to keep beachgoers safe. The new towers are added to the already-iconic 29-piece collection between South Pointe and 87th Street. The new round tower's color scheme is ice plant green, fusion pink and knockout orange. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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