Dive Accidents: What We Learned From Five Incidents

30may4:00 pm5:00 pmDive Accidents: What We Learned From Five IncidentsPresented by Karl Huggins, Ken Kurtis and L.A. Coroner John Kades4:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT-07:00)

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Any time there is a scuba fatality in Los Angeles County, the Office of Medical Examiner-Corner is charged with finding out why. Sometimes it’s medically related, many times it’s diver error, but all fatalities are thoroughly investigated to determine what went wrong. In this very popular panel discussion, you will get an overview of the Coroner’s work.
2019 was a record-setting year in LA County as there were ZERO dive fatalities, so five actual cases from the recent past will be presented — three fatalities, and two that were successfully treated at the chamber. For each, the panel will cover the accident, the attempted or successful treatment of the victim at the Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber, what the accident analysis discovered, and what the takeaway lessons are.
It is said that the wise man learns from the mistakes of others and divers of all experience levels can learn lessons from these tragedies that could truly prevent a death in the future.
These free Scuba Show sessions will air live over the weekend of the cancelled Scuba Show, May 30-31, 2020. Sessions will be recorded and available on demand.


(Saturday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT-07:00)

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