2 Dead After Caught In Rip Currents In Ormond Beach
ORMOND BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Two people have died after apparently getting caught in strong rip currents.
Fourteen-year-old Dushay Morales of Winter Haven was swimming with his younger brother near Anna Maria Island when he disappeared Saturday afternoon. Manatee County Sheriff's Office deputies discovered his body Sunday morning.
In a separate incident, a 30-year-old man drowned while swimming in Ormond Beach in Volusia County.
Dozens of people were rescued from dangerous rip tides on Florida's East Coast on Saturday. The National Weather Service says a high risk for rip currents remains in place through Sunday and advises swimmers to pay attention to flags and posted signs.
Rip tides can be dangerous even for experienced ocean swimmers. If caught in a rip current, authorities advise swimmers to remain calm and begin swimming parallel to the shore.
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