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Time to take water safety seriously

Friday 6 January 2023 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Local, National

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Time to take  water safety seriously
A 52-year-old woman, holidaying from New Zealand with family, drowned after getting into difficulty while in the lagoon near the Arorangi jetty on Monday. Picture: CAMERON SCOTT/23010204

Water Safety and Surf Lifesaving Cook Islands’ spokesperson Brent Fisher said this week’s tragic death of a mother at sea is another reminder for people to know their limits as swimmers.

Water Safety and Surf Lifesaving Cook Islands’ spokesperson Brent Fisher said this week’s tragic death of a mother at sea is another reminder for people to know their limits as swimmers.


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