In the wake of a recent drowning in Laurel County and as the heat wave continues, many families are turning to the pool, but unsupervised children can find their way into bodies of water unexpectedly. Swim safety instructors say it’s never too early or too late to learn how to swim.In the corner of a packed YMCA pool, life saving practices are put into action. Amid excited screams and splashes, every second is counted. The swim instructors’ goal is to prevent an emergency.“It’s never too late to learn how to swim,” YMCA District Vice President Dana Ensley said. And also says it’s never too early.
Source: MG News
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