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hello everybody,
I just read about an exident which had son of Tery Mass. Very sad reading. What came to my mind, his buddy wasn't able to reach him [too much adrenalin, or what ever] once he saw that his friend is motionless on the bottom. What if he had that little scuba, or spare air device. [litle tank of air that connects right to one's mouth ],attached on floating banana. It would give him few minutes of air to save his friend. I know that with air you can't go up fast, but still there would be some hope.
I thought about that as an airback in a car, everybody hopes that they never use it.
What do you think, what to do when is your friend too deep for you at that moment,how to help him/her
thanks for your point of view
 
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