Water safety: an introduction

United States, 1974

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Water accidents can be prevented if you know which situations spell danger. But if you find yourself or someone else in trouble in the water, there are specific techniques which can save lives or buy time until help arrives. Here are illustrated a variety of ways to avoid water accidents, the right and wrong ways of helping yourself or someone else in trouble, and survival floating techniques.

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Michael Delean

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