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The number of summer drownings

The number of summer drownings in Australia has surged this year as more holidaymakers flock to local beaches and waterways in the absence of overseas travel

australian Sydney, Australia The number of summer drownings in Australia has surged this year as more holidaymakers flock to local beaches and waterways in the absence of overseas travel. News from The Australian.
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