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    Video by Pamela Doty 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Water Safety

    In this video Park Ranger Stephanie Jones from Proctor Lake, TX goes over the steps that you can use to properly and safely rescue someone that is drowning. Many people that drown are within 10 feet of safety. You should never go near someone struggling to stay afloat because they will hold you under and you could drown. To help rescue someone extend a pole, stick, line, or clothing to reach them or throw something floatable to them. The “Reach, Throw, Row, Don’t Go, Call for Help” rescue method is used to save someone and avoid multiple drownings.



    Date Taken: 05.06.2020
    Date Posted: 05.06.2020 20:32
    Category: Package
    Video ID: 751454
    VIRIN: 200506-A-WS123-004
    Filename: DOD_107804082
    Length: 00:02:09
    Location: US

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