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Rip currents, sometimes called rip tides, are a specific area of shore where water flows away from the land and into the water.
Now the two mums are demanding that Cork County Council puts up more signs to warn others of the dangers at the beach - currently it has only one warning of the rip tides.
28 -- The tragic deaths of five young, Tamil men of Sri Lankan origin on Sussex beach in England brought the cumulative death toll to 12 in a week in Britain, in similar circumstances, caused by a hidden, deadly phenomenon that lurks near the shores in the ocean, literally in any part of the world - the rip tides.
Talk to the lifeguard about local hazards like rip tides.
Stewart said dangerous surf and rip tides appear to be the biggest threat posed by the Atlantic season's first tropical storm though isolated flooding in some coastal areas is also a concern.
LIFEBOAT bosses have issued a safety warning after a "disturbing" second incident in a matter of days of people being caught out by rip tides.
I would remind people whenever swimming or using inflatable boats that they should always be aware of, and check local conditions, and in particular rip tides and offshore winds.
The storm was enough of a concern that officials in Boston decided to move the annual Boston Pops July 4 concert and fireworks show up by a day because of potential heavy rain on Friday night, and rip tides were a threat as far north as New Jersey.
Rip tides can take you out to sea, swim parallel to the shore out of the current.
Rip tides are strong sea currents which are formed by the strong winds pushing water towards the shore.
Mykel and Ruth are on a boat trip, which sounds pleasant enough, until they''re forced to fight rip tides.
Jermaine rescued the 'Thriller' singer who was pulled under water by fierce rip tides after going for a moonlight swim during family celebrations at his beachside mansion in Malibu.