MICHIGAN CITY | Two people were close to drowning Tuesday afternoon when they were rescued by lifeguards at Michigan City.
Lake Michigan can be a wonderful place to swim and surf, but it can also be a dangerous place. The National Park Service reminds visitors to use care when swimming in the lake. We do our best to inform the public of what they need to do to protect themselves, but we cannot make the park free…
The clouds were puffy white in a blue sky, the water was a clear blue color, and the sand was, well, it was sand.
Lake Michigan's waters can be wicked. Calm one moment and deadly the next.
A sign at Indiana Dunes State Park alerts swimmers to the dangers of possible rip currents.
Indiana Dunes State Park lifeguards Ryan Thomalla and Brian Nagel walk out to deeper water to practice lifesaving techniques at the state beach in Porter County. Rip current forecasters have the help of lifeguards at local beaches. Lifeguards report water conditions twice daily and can see t…
Indiana Dunes State Park lifeguards Ryan Thomalla, right, and Brian Nagel run through Lake Michigan while practicing lifesaving techniques at the state beach in Chesterton, Thursday, May 24, 2012.
People swim in Lake Michigan at the Indiana Dunes State Park in Chesterton.
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