Police warn against swimming in 'dangerous water' after six deaths


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Police warn against swimming in 'dangerous water' after six deaths



Police warn about the dangers of swimming in open water after four people died from drowning in Scotland’s Loch Lomond.

Another two have died in Scotland after getting into trouble in water, bringing the total to six.

Sky’s correspondent Inzamam Rashid has this report.

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  1. This is terrible it happens every time we have a heatwave people throw off their clothes and jump into any stretch of water to cool off not realising that below the surface it could be near freezing. Once a hot sweaty body hit's the cold water they get cramp and drown its so tragic people don't appreciate this simple fact.

  2. Loch Lomond gets deep really quickly. I remember in 2015 I went for a swim in it, and just went out about 15-20 feet from the shore and almost went under. I was lucky to somehow kick hard enough against it to swim back to the shore, but if I had gone any further I'm sure I would have been in a fight for my life.

  3. There’s a hydroelectric dam which empties into Loch Lomond. It’s these undercurrents that are killing everyone There are no warning signs, only local knowledge about this

  4. i nearly drowned before worst feeling knowing your about to drown- i someohow conserved my energy got out of the current and made it back and luckily i was in good shape

  5. sad tragic case but just remember when the RNLI asks for your money at skegness what they are now doing with your money just a taxi service for illegals in the channel i expect deaths at the sea side this summer beacause they are out doing a taxi service

  6. Im confused.. so people are dying at this very lake because it's too deep? Dang, If I couldnt swim at all I just won't go into this lakes deep end. I wonder why people who can't swim want to dive into deep water at this lake. Strange

  7. Telling a story of drowning while having a story about Olympic swimming scrolling along the yellow info bar at the bottom of the screen, how insensitive of sky news.