When asked what the lifeguards are supposed to do when someone is drowning outside the guarded zones, the men explained they were told to call 911.
Former Vice Mayor of Hallandale Beach Bill Julian was outraged over what is happening on the beaches in his city.
"This young man is a hero. He should not be fired," said Julian.
Julian was in office when the contract bid was given to Jeff Ellis and Associates, and he is not happy with how they are overseeing the beach rescues.
"Looking back at the contract we approved, as a former vice mayor, as a cost-saving measure, I think now is the time not to renew and get our guys back under our control," he said.
The company has been guarding certain spots of Hallandale Beach since 2003, but that contract expires this year. As of now, seven lifeguards are no longer patrolling Hallandale Beach, all because a man's life was saved outside of an assigned area.
"I understand it's wrong not to leave someone there, and they are grown-ups and they don't understand it," said Zoard Janko.