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Red flags at N.H. beaches warn swimmers of rip currents

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / July 4, 2006

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New Hampshire beach lifeguards this summer have started flying red flags to warn swimmers of dangerous rip currents, a new safety measure prompted by the drowning of two Massachusetts men off Hampton Beach one year ago today. (Full article: 441 words)

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