Question of the day

https://www.quora.com/If-you-see-someone-being-attacked-by-a-shark-while-you-are-in-the-vicinity-would-you-try-to-help-the-person-or-get-out-of-the-water?__nsrc__=4

Question:

If you see someone being attacked by a shark while you are in the vicinity, would you try to help the person or get out of the water?

Answer:

Lola Correa posted:

Get out of the water first, then attempt to help the person by throwing a flotation device or rope or something. Creating two victims that need rescuing is no help to anyone especially the first responder rescuers. The first rule of professional rescuers like Firefighters and EMS is “scene safety.” If you your self become another victim you’re doing no help at all especially to the original victim.

Miller’s lesson and our #1 reason for intensity for hyper-activity with water safety

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