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US Army Corps of Engineers. Going to the Lake? Well then,. HAVE FUN!. But if you’re planning on Drinking Alcohol…. STAY HOME!. A Summertime Safety Message from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Hartwell Lake. Boating…. No Speed Limits… No Traffic Signals… No Potholes….

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US Army Corps of Engineers

Going to the Lake? Well then,

HAVE FUN!

But if you’re planning on Drinking Alcohol…

STAY HOME!

A Summertime Safety Message from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Hartwell Lake

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Boating…

No Speed Limits…

No Traffic Signals…

No Potholes…

It’s even more fun than driving, right?

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But if you think that makes operating a boat under the influence of alcohol safer than drinking and driving, you could be wrong… Dead Wrong.

A Summertime Safety Message from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Hartwell Lake

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Water Safety Quiz

How long does it take for:

A child to drown?

An adult to drown?

  • 20 seconds
  • 30 seconds
  • 60 seconds
  • 2 - 3 minutes
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Wear Your Life Jacket

Be Smart from the Start

Water Safety Quiz

Answer:

It takes only 20 seconds for a child to drown and only 60 seconds for an adult to drown.

A Summertime Safety Message from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Hartwell Lake

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Water Safety Quiz

Answer:

It takes only 20 seconds for a child to drown and only 60 seconds for an adult to drown.

A Summertime Safety Message from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Hartwell Lake

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Wear Your Life Jacket

Be Smart from the Start

Leave it at Home!

Over 90% of drownings would not have occurred if people were wearing their life jackets.

More than half the people that drown had consumed alcohol.

A Summertime Safety Message from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Hartwell Lake

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