Health care professionals warn secondary drowning, or dry drowning, can also be deadly if not caught in time.
School is nearly out for the summer in South Florida and that means more time at the beach and in the pool. But all that time in and around water leads to a higher risk of drowning for everyone, especially children. That’s why officials are encouraging all residents, especially parents and caregivers, to take precautions to prevent drowning for young children.
After three children were nearly electrocuted in a swimming, pool, there is a renewed effort to urge parents to check their swimming pool’s electrical system.
The precautionary boil water notice, issued Wednesday by the City of Hollywood, has been cancelled as of Saturday afternoon.
The Precautionary Boil Water Notice for parts of Broward County has been extended until at least Saturday, June 15th.
The father of a teen who drowned Memorial Day weekend is speaking for the first time about his son’s death and is now encouraging others to learn water safety.
Whether planning a beach vacation this summer or staying closer to home at the neighborhood pool, be mindful of water safety and how to keep the kids safe.
Is your drinking water safe? It may not be if you use a private well and were affected by Tropical Storm Debby.
South Florida spends much of the year in near-drought conditions, but virtually part of our live is connected to water. But there are some ways to make safety a success.
Drowning is the leading cause of death among children ages 1-4 in Florida and Broward County leads the state in the number of deaths each year. But there are efforts underway to prevent child drowning.