Swimming Safety

The Importance of Lifeguards At Your Pool Party

Posted on 18 Oct 2018
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Summer is a time when we can relax, enjoy time with friends and organize outdoor pool parties. But a combination of a lot of people with varying degrees of swimming ability can lead to some dangerous situations. If you are creating an event that has a pool, the most important thing you can do is […]

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Kauai Rescue Tubes Save Swimmers Lives

Posted on 18 Oct 2018
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John Tyler, center, with Cori and Craig Beck who were both saved from drowning at Moloaa Bay with Rescue Tubes last September. He began placing Rescue Tubes on Kauai’s beaches in 2008. When John Tyler Cragg first hung a Rescue Tube on a Kauai beach in 2008, he was simply a good-hearted individual doing what […]

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How to Recognize The Signs of Drowning

Posted on 18 Oct 2018
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The new captain jumped from the deck, fully dressed, and sprinted through the water. A former lifeguard, he kept his eyes on his victim as he headed straight for the couple swimming between their anchored sportfisher and the beach. “I think he thinks you’re drowning,” the husband said to his wife.

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Sad Accident – Girl Drowns In Kauai Swimming Pool

Posted on 18 Oct 2018
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A 6-year-old Eleele native Hawaiian girl drowned in a swimming pool on the South side of Kauai in the town of Poipu. The accident occurred at the Kauai Club at Kukuiula when the pool was being used for an employee event attended by nearly 500 guests. The drowning victim was Trixia Mich Soliva, the granddaughter […]

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