Witnesses who were called to help Lynette Daley as she lay dying are expected to give evidence at the NSW trial of two men charged over her death and rape.
Ms Daley was swimming naked in the ocean after a night of 'wild sex' when she had a seizure and stopped breathing, a man accused of her manslaughter told NSW police.
Adrian Attwater, 42, said he dragged her from the water with co-accused Paul Maris, 47, before starting CPR and calling triple-zero.
The crown alleges Ms Daley, 33, bled to death from injuries sustained in a sex act with the men during a camping trip to Ten Mile Beach in January 2011.
Witnesses who were called to help Lynette Daley (pictured) as she lay dying are expected to give evidence at the NSW trial of two men charged over her death and rape
Adrian Attwater (left) and Paul Maris (right) are accused of the manslaughter and sexual assault of Ms Daley
Attwater has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and aggravated sexual assault. Maris has pleaded not guilty