Date PostedFebruary 15, 2019

Twenty Percent of Male Drowning Incidents Caused by Alcohol

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One of the best things about living in Australia is our climate and spending time outdoors usually involves getting in the water, whether it be at the beach, lake or swimming pool.

While swimming is one of the best things about summer, that shouldn’t mean mixing swimming with alcohol.

New statistics from Royal Surf Life Saving Australia revealed that an alarming number of men are drowning while under the influence of alcohol in Australia.

A survey conducted over a 15 year period found that around 20 per cent of the 2760 men who drowned had consumed alcohol and the average blood alcohol concentration for those cases was 3 times over the legal limit.

See more at https://www.ntnews.com.au/news/national/alcohol-behind-20-per-cent-of-adult-male-drownings-study-reveals/video/a97dcae5f66fda46aea12697d1f14621

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