In case anyone thinks that the video is staged for training purposes (not that there’s anything wrong with that), Lifeguard Rescue writes, “I assure you that none of these videos are staged. Sometimes the camera is recording for hours before I get any usable footage which then has to be trimmed down to the short clip you see. The camera is set up on a mount near the wavepool which is why it doesn’t move. This video is definitely one of my best. I have many more that I can’t use because the guest is hard to see or out of the frame completely.” Lifeguard Rescue’s YouTube channel, which features what you expect it features, is <http://www.youtube.com/user/LifeguardRescue11?feature=watch>.
Source: Lifeguard Rescue, “Wavepool Lifeguard Rescue.” YouTube. Accessed 24 July 2013 <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0KTqPloUiU>.
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