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Dawn Whittaker
Mum, Wife, Fire and Rescue Officer in East Sussex, fundraiser, beagle lover and UK NFCC Drowning prevention lead
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Dawn Whittaker retweeted
beckie ramsay 48m
When the weather is hotter the difference from your body temperature to the temperature of open water is much greater. Cold water affects the body in many different ways. Cold water shock, cramps, fatigue, hyperthermia, Panic, Disorientation Dizziness,
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Tower RNLI Apr 3
Please watch this video it could save a life.
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Geoff Searle Apr 18
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#CoastSafe Apr 12
Enjoy our beautiful coastal areas this - remember these tips to ensure its memorable for all the right reasons: 1. Check beforehand to prevent tidal cut off 2. If you end up in the water, remember 3. In any Coastal emergency 📞999
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#CoastSafe Apr 16
Looks like a stunner ahead for weekend. Remember that the water is still cold. If you enter the water unexpectedly can be debilitating. Remember this advice - Find out more here -
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Shrewsbury Police Apr 13
Would you know what to do if you suddenly found yourself in the water? it can happen so quickly. Watching this clip which is only 1 minute long could save your life RNLI: Float to Live via
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RNLI Apr 18
Replying to @RNLI
And despite forecasters predicting air temperatures in the 20s, sea temperatures are still in single figures around much of the coast. Cold water shock can kill - if you get into trouble in the water, remember to .
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Glosfire Apr 19
The weather may be heating up but our waters aren’t - please take care around open water and watch the video below
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Irish Lifeboats 21h
The weather forecast is looking good for the Easter weekend, a lot of you will be heading to the coast. Although air temperatures will be warm, the sea is still cold. If you get into trouble in cold water remember to . Always
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Lucie 22h
If you're visiting the coast this then please remember that the water is very cold at this time of year. The sea temperature in North Wales is currently 9 degrees which is pretty chilly. Also check tide times (avail' on ) & remember
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Dawn Whittaker 1h
Critical people know about and how to manage it ...lots of fantastic advice from and
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Laura Louise 2h
Team green are working hard, and providing care, remember to utilise the other options this weekend, before calling 999. Stay safe everyone!!
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Dawn Whittaker 1h
Replying to @FsnbfRoszell @OfRlss
Lucky chap ....I hope he recovers well
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⚠️Hastings Coastguard ⚠️ 3h
Who would you call in a seaside emergency? Did you know the Coastguard is the emergency service that deals with seaside emergencies (water rescue, cliff rescue, mud rescue, medical emergencies, lost and missing people and so much more!!!)
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Dawn Whittaker 2h
Replying to @kenworthy39 @name and 2 others
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eddie mitchell 3h
Telescombe House fire, severe fire, neighbours rescued couple from house,
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East Sussex FRS 3h
Make sure you this weekend, otherwise both you and the bunny will be left hopping mad from the damage caused by a fire! Half of house fires in start in the kitchen? Stay safe 🐰
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Dawn Whittaker 2h
Good life x ours is on a smaller scale, but love fresh fruit and veg from our garden...think we may have a tomato 🍅 fest this year...yum
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Phil Scott 2h
Agree with , thanks to all, Whilst some of us are enjoying an Easter Break with what looks like perfect weather there are others in the Public Sector who will be working & keeping us safe.
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Dawn Whittaker 3h
Thank you to all our local emergency services staff on duty this weekend
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