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How To Spot Rip Currents During Your Next Beach Vacation

According to the United States Lifeguarding Association, rip currents are involved in over 80% of lifeguard rescues. While rip currents often make headlines, many beach-goers don't really know how to spot them or understand how they work. In short, rip currents are narrow, fast-moving channels of water that start near the beach, cut through the surf, and extend offshore.

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    How To Spot Rip Currents During Your Next Beach Vacation

    How To Spot Rip Currents During Your Next Beach Vacation

    According to the United States Lifeguarding Association, rip currents are involved in over 80% of lifeguard rescues. While rip currents often make …

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