Lifeguard Bryan Veals, left, swims out to help a girl caught in a rip current at Carolina Beach on Monday.
Lifeguard Bryan Veals, left, swims out to help a girl caught in a rip current at Carolina Beach on Monday. Courtesy of Kirk Ross
Lifeguard Bryan Veals, left, swims out to help a girl caught in a rip current at Carolina Beach on Monday. Courtesy of Kirk Ross

Rip currents on NC coast may have lessened a bit – but they still pose dangers

July 25, 2017 05:46 PM

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