This Monday, the National Meteorological Service of San Juan, Puerto Rico, issued a warning of strong waves of between 6 to 8 feet high until this Tuesday night towards the northwest and northeast coast of the island.
As the agency warned through its Twitter account, these currents would be capable of dragging “even the best of swimmers out to sea.”
For this reason, they recommend locals and visitors to swim near a watchman and in case of being dragged by a current not to fight against it and to swim parallel to the coast to avoid accidents that can be regretted.
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