Researches have shown that hudson river is actually the safest river to swim in the United states. As long as you do not swim in the deep places, you are fine.
The safest place to be is in the basement or cellar, preferably in a corner. If you do not have a basement then the safest places is an interior windowless room, hallway, or closet on the lowest floor of the house. After this the next safest places is in the bathroom, particularly in the bathtub.
in the sea
Their room :)
NYPD is one of the safest place to live in New York City.
To be totally safe you could make sure to only swim in a fenced in pool area. The safest natural swimming spots are the beaches. They are safest from predators as crocodiles rarely venture into the salt water. But pay attention to the flags letting you know when it's safe to swim. Green is best blue means there's dangerous marine life.
I would recommend Alameda
Anywhere but here.
in a hospital
Some of the safest places to go sky diving in the United States are Kalispell, Montana and Sebastian, Florida. This information was found on America's Best website.
Yes. It's one of the most safest places you can be.
Avon in Monmouth County, New Jersey has had sighting of dolphins. A swimmer could swim in the sea there to swim with the dolphins.