Every diver has a different technique. When John Mohamed slowly glides through the water, close to the ground, his hands are his eyes. Debris and silt obstruct all vision, so he can only feel for the arm, the chest, the head that may lay lifeless in the muck.
When he feels it, without hesitation, Mohamed lifts the body and secures it with his arms and legs before darting to shore.
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