Authorities in Columbus seek to reduce number of drownings Authorities in Columbus seek to reduce number of drownings
Columbus has averaged five drownings a year since 2014. Officials are aiming to have none at all. “We would certainly like to get that number... Authorities in Columbus seek to reduce number of drownings

Columbus has averaged five drownings a year since 2014. Officials are aiming to have none at all. “We would certainly like to get that number down to zero,” Columbus Fire Marshal Ricky Shores said at a news conference intended to remind area residents of the risks they face on the Chattahoochee River and other waterways.

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