IT DOESN'T JUST HAPPEN TO CHILDREN
Drowning is the third leading cause of death, and not just involving children. No matter how well someone can swim, they can still drown. Drowning is silent. A person will not be thrashing around, and calling for help. They may look like they are just bobbing in the water. Quick action is needed to save a life. Even when a person is taken out of the water, and is breathing, they should be checked by a physician, to prevent secondary drowning which can occur hours or days later. Children should always have an adult present whenever they are near water, including the bathtub.