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Safety first

Such a tragedy, the drowning deaths of so many people this summer.
Undoubtedly, they did not get up early on those summer morning and say “This will be my last day on earth.”
The events that happened in their lives were unexpected and perhaps some of them could have been prevented with proper precautions.
We all know we should have life jackets for everyone readily available on a boat. We know that there should be a designated boat driver who is not drinking alcohol.
It is easy to become complacent when one has done those things without the proper precautions ...


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