INHERENTLY HUMAN #24

Episode 24 March 30, 2019 00:51:14
INHERENTLY HUMAN #24
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Show Notes

Saving lives is a worthy ambition but lifeguard Aden Debord, 21, knows there're factors beyond health and safety involved. Legal concerns loom and anyone charged with keeping the public out of harms way needs to know the risks that come with the daunting responsibilities. Jim Newman, 73, learns how risky life saving can be!

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