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Things to know about dangerous rip currents and how swimmers caught in one can escape

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Rip Currents Things to Know
June 24, 2024

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Stinging jellyfish, rays with their whip-like tails and sharks on the hunt are some ocean hazards that might typically worry beachgoers. But rip currents are the greatest danger and account for the most beach rescues every year.

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