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Information from www.ripcurrents.noaa.gov

Information from www.ripcurrents.noaa.gov

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  • 1. urrents a r e poweri curren 1 ful g away f r.om shore They ca: sweep Ieven the n ?rout to rtea. + Dont fight the current + Swim out of the current, then to shore + If you cant escape, float or tread water + If you need help, call or wave for assistanceI + Know how to swim I www.ripcurrents.noaa.gov www.usla.org + Never swim alone doubt, dont go out
  • 2. Escapese d la resaca!! .- ---- - - ca, que tamM6n se t ~ - le k orilla - eriontm do retom, er UIU toniente ~le ffihmar a dentro ha- 1 ueua m u T~U d m b orperto nadador. U ~ + No luche contra la corriente + Nade fuera de la corriente y Iuego hacia la orilla + Si no logra escapar, mantengase a flote pedaleando + Si necesita auxilio, grite o agite 10s brazos Para m&s lnformrcldn acorca de la nsaca con- sulte estos sitlos de wekI + Sepa nadar + Nunca nade so10 + Si no esta seguro, no se meta al agua