Beware Of Dangerous Rip Currents

Dated: July 31 2017

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  1. Identify a rip tide. 

  2. Exit shallow water if you feel a rip current.

  3. Remain calm. 

  4. Call for help if you are a poor swimmer. 

  5. Swim parallel to shore to escape the current. 

  6. Conserve energy when necessary. 

  7. Swim diagonally toward the shore.

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