It looks definitely the solution.
I do not feel like playing rescue hero at all, no guts enough and lumbalgia.
5 years ago I saw a rescue op: a boy had crashed into a rock when plunging. The skull was cracked and maybe he had spinal injuries. But most of the initial damage was drowning.
Later, the problem was too much bleeding.
I think Red Cross volunteers at the beach do not have these cradles. You can quickly and safely rescue injured people with multiple issues, no time for decissions.
I spend my holidays in a zone where many people gets downed, maybe 1 each 2 years. It is not a joke. There's a lovely point called "Dead men beach".
You know, people think Med sea is peaceful. Water may be warm, but better do not mess when the wind blows and the waves hit the coast. Turists do not know the danger and want to enjoy each and every day.