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AUSTRALIA'S DEADLIEST NATURAL HAZARD: RIPTIDES - BBC NEWS

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Published on Jan 6, 2014

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Statistics suggest treacherous Australian ocean currents kill more people every year than all of those combined. They're known as riptides. They sweep people hundreds of metres away from the shore in just seconds. Now new techniques are being used to identify the danger - as Phil Mercer reports.

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