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I don't believe the previous poster had anything negative to say, they were only being truthful. The basic fact that strong, overpowering currents always have and always will exist in and adjacent to ANY inlet making it a very dangerous place to swim. The currents during ebb and flood cannot be overcome even by an experienced swimmer. Panic ensues and the results are usually tragic.

The poster didn't intend on being disparaging or insensitive, they were simply attempting to point out the facts mentioned above with the hopes that inexperienced swimmers and those not educated on inlet hyrodynamics can cautiously avoid Kwesi's very unfortunate situation. I don't believe anyone wants to see a soul lost, so when we are able to identify the cause, we simply try tell others to avoid future mishaps.

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