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Old 06-08-2008
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While a phone call is in order, as is discussing a possible hospital visit, from what I've seen, if they're throwing up, it is usually because they swallowed the water, not that it got in the lungs. Better safe than sorry though.

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Yeeks! My two youngest daughters are in Florida right now...we just got a call from them an hour ago...seems like my middle daughter inhaled or swallowed enough sea water to throw up while there group was out snorkeling on some reef...I think I had better call back down there and talk this over with her..

Tragic story...and I had never heard of this fanomania befor..What a heart wrencher.
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