Rip Current Safety
It’s summertime, and for many of us that means swimming. But I was recently reminded by my local news station to be wary of powerful rip currents in the water—and just how dangerous they can be. The National Weather Service has a whole page dedicated to rip currents, including a free course and video. See the image above for instructions on how to survive a rip current, as well as this wikiHow tutorial for more.
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