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Survey highlights UK drowning problem

The latest research findings released by the Royal Life Saving Society shows that one in 10 people know someone who has died as a result of drowning, with nearly one in five knowing someone who has nearly drowned.

The survey was carried out as part of the charity’s national annual campaign Drowning Prevention Week, which aims to promote water safety and cut down the number of accidental drowning incidences in the UK, as well as raise money to support families affected by drowning and near drowning.

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