Girl panics. 15 meters depth.

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Download the full versions at https://aquatapes.net https://vimeo.com/user2943920/vod_pages Support another channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_Q0bxS1xKVPxJzk-SKd20g During a dive off Cape Town, South Africa, a woman began to panic when she was about fifteen meters deep. She removed her mask and regulator from his mouth, depriving oxygen. Quickly joined by other divers, they have tried to put the regulator in his mouth while the woman, under the influence of panic, refused to cooperate and was desperately trying to reach the surface, eyes filled with terror. Fortunately, the group was finally able to go before she lost consciousness.

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Josiah Sanchez : *_OH GOD I CANT DO THIS_* *takes off breather* *_OH GOD I CANT BREATH HELP ME HELP HELP_* *takes off goggles* *_I CANT SEE OH GOD HELP HELP_*

Do Bo : Panic is such an awful feeling to the point where you would pull off your diving mask and air breathing 50 feet under water just to escape the terrible feeling of doom. Its such an irrational awful feeling

NavaIMTutorial : *THAT THUMBNAIL THOUGH*

MariTheGoat! : I love how they try to put the breather back in her mouth and she refuses

FuddyDuddy : the kind of person that would die in a knitting accident.

Samuel Henton : The other diver was trying to force her breather in her mouth, but she wasn't having any of that sweet sweet air. Some people should not do certain things like diving, motorcycling, ect.

Sean Tindall : In life, there's always the one idiot who ruins the experience for everyone else

TigerMeadows : Find another hobby.

wafflecougar : Man im scared to die down here Let me just take off the only thing keeping me alive

Martini : Oh, I can’t see in this murky water, perhaps tearing my goggles off and seeing with my eyes will help.

Raddder : Actual brain dead woman...first response to perceived danger is to immediately discard her two crucial lifelines removing both mask and regulator- when surrounding divers attempt to assist her, rejects the regulator.. literal dead weight. How can anyone can be this stupid is beyond me.

Powerwheelz : How it feels to chew 5 gum.

Nicholas Hobby : She's lucky she didn't kill herself or the fellow divers. I bet it they don't dive with her ever again

TheCleansingx : how to die 101

MrCrystalLightTea : Not the sharpest tool in the shed

CaptainSchlockler : Good that the instructor was watching everyone closely enough, saw someone in panic, and acted quickly.

Samsun55 : Let her never dive again!

King Foo : My question is, who puts a kitchen underwater?

DanielGamesX5 : This is why telling people or allowing people to do anything they want is a bad idea

KornOnThaCob KBK : She literally took off both the goggles and breather which would both help her to stop panicing 🤦🏽‍♂️

zuhn : Am I the only one that read the description? 😂 wtf “woman” and then “his”

Araxbella S : *She need some Mi.. Air*

SubparPanda : Drowning people are literally nonsensical, they'll kill you in their absolute panic, glad everyone's safe

Steve Zazulyk : If you ever wondered what it's like just before people die underwater this is about as close as you're going to get. That poor girl was thinking she was going to die. Some people aren't meant to dive some people are just meant to stay on land and that's okay

M.Abd.Rahman : When she reach the surface, the scream "Uhh", which actually sounded like the roblox death sound

Duck Mint : I've panicked underwater before, the feeling is intense, my goggles fell off after they snagged, the feeling of water pressing under your nose unexpectedly can stop you from breathing through the re-breather. When you panic, you forget basic diving rules and want to swim immediately to the surface, what you're supposed to do is stop moving, calm, hold your nose to breathe, then signal to another diver either by your clicker or physical contact. Then put your hand out flat, palm down and tilt to signal something is wrong, then point your thumb up indicating you need to surface. When you surface, lie on your back and make regular balancing movements to indicate consciousness and relative safety. Inform other divers of your dilemma and decide what to do next

akise : why would ppl bring her in the first place. tsk

Sylas the Great : She clearly didn't want your help... Should've just let her drown.

desert hawk : Seriously? You panic so much you remove everything that supposed to keep you alive?

delayeed : thomas the tank engine

Koko Kosila : Lucky she didn’t try to rip off anyone else’s mask and/or regulator. I’ve guided outdoor trips before, but scuba isn’t something I’d guide.

Carlos C. : South African waters have lots of Great White Sharks. The deepest I’ll ever go is the bottom of a swimming pool.

Georg Gurken : The thumbnail reminds me of Thomas the Tank Engine 😂😂

Lewis Hicks : I would have filled her bcd and let her float to the surface, forget risking my life for that fool

sauved0 : okay im sorry but this is literally the epitome of survival of the fittest. how moronic do you have to be to take your air supply out nd forget to put it back in, or stop somebody from literally forcing it into your mouth. literal leech of life, jesus christ. EDIT: MISSPELL

surosch : The thumbnail gave me nightmares

Рандомные уроки unreal engine : Panic under water, death

brachial plexus : She is a fcking noob..

ww ww- : Thumbnail looks like Thomas The Tank Engine.

Tplays101 The First : What was she even trying to do?

Casey A. S. : I'm just glad she made it to the surface. At least she had companions to help her out.

Duh.Itz. Jake_ : Jesus that thumbnail

VazzyCow : *I'm never going diving, ever*

Leonardo Cabrera : ok, death scythe was like ... 0.8 centimeters of your neck. ho yeah

cesar sanchez : Fucking dumbass lmao

Raleigh Barnard : She obviously doesn't know how flippers work.

Pete Mcdougall : I am a advanced ,rescue, open water diver. there's nothing more unnerving then someone panic. $#!% can hit the fan quick!

Martini : the whole group probably got the bends

Pickle Joose : I have had this feeling before while snorkeling for the first time at a class fieldtrip. Luckily I wasn't deep under water. It is terrifying. You loose control and you just can't think straight. I'm glad she is okay. That instructor deserves a fucking sticker for acting so quickly. Now I know that I should never try to snorkel in the ocean ever again.