Beachgoers Form Human Chain To Save Family From Rip CurrentThere was nearly a tragedy at Panama City Beach as 10 swimmers caught got in the tide, before 80 beachgoers formed a human chain.
Tourist Drowns While Saving Wife Caught In Rip CurrentA day at the beach turned deadly for a tourist.
Coast Guard Searching For Two Teens Caught In Rip CurrentsThe Coast Guard is searching for two teenagers that were swept to sea by rip currents on Saturday.
High Risk For Rip Currents At South Florida BeachesSouth Florida beach-goers beware. The risk of potentially deadly rip currents along South Florida beaches is high Monday.
Hoosiers Football Player Rescued From Rip Current In FloridaAn Indiana University Hoosiers football player was rescued by a friend who said he acted on instinct when the group got caught in a rip current.
State Officials: Swimmers Beware Of Rip CurrentsSouth Florida is one of those places where ocean-swimming is still a pastime in the month of November. But, Florida’s emergency managers are warning swimmers of a high risk of rip currents through Tuesday.
Dangerous Rip Currents For Holiday, WeekendBe extra cautious at the beach this Independence day and through the weekend. Dangerous rip currents are expected along all South Florida beaches due to increased easterly winds.
Search For Missing Boynton Beach Teen Called Off The search for a teen who vanished while swimming in ocean near Boynton Beach has been called off.
Keep The Umbrella Handy Over The WeekendAfter a wet, windy and wild week of weather across South Florida the area woke up to just a few showers this morning.
Teen Who Died In Heavy Surf IdentifiedAuthorities in Broward County has identified the 15-year-old boy who died Monday after he was pulled under the surf in a Hollywood state park.
Risky Rip Currents Expected All Week Long South Florida beachgoers should beware of dangerous rip currents because they're expected all week long along the Atlantic Coast.
High Risk For Rip Currents At S. Fla. BeachesWeekend beach-goers beware. The risk of potentially deadly rip currents along South Florida beaches is high this weekend thanks to ocean swells from Hurricane Leslie.

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