Police warn against swimming in ‘dangerous water’ after six deaths

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Police warn about the dangers of swimming in open water after four people died from drowning in Scotland’s Loch Lomond.

Another two have died in Scotland after getting into trouble in water, bringing the total to six.

Sky’s correspondent Inzamam Rashid has this report.

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