The National Drowning Prevention Alliance reports the United States loses hundreds of children to unintentional drowning each year.Before you head to the pool, make sure you have some safety precautions in mind.“Just know your boundaries. If you can swim good then do what you want, but if you can’t try to stay in the shallow end and learn before you go out and try to swim in the deep end or dive or anything,” said Noah Pack, a lifeguard at the Perry County Pool. And Noah says never let kids swim alone.
Source: MG News
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