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The Rise of Massachusetts Drowning Incidents in 2021

As we see the restrictions easing down, the residents of Massachusetts are diving back into water sports like swimming, boating, and fishing. But, studies show that there are an estimated 3,960 fatal unintentional drownings every year in the United States, including boating-related drownings. Massachusetts itself

The Rise of Massachusetts Drowning Incidents in 20212022-05-13T05:16:19-04:00

Connecticut couple drowns on honeymoon

A Danbury, Connecticut couple is being mourned after drowning during their honeymoon in Costa Rica when powerful currents swept them offshore. It was reportedly the second marriage for both Ruth Rowe and Bruce Loev, who reconnected after growing up together in New York.   The

Connecticut couple drowns on honeymoon2021-04-16T12:47:52-04:00

DiveAlert Emergency Signaling Devices Recalled by Ideations Due to Drowning Hazard

Consumers have been advised by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to immediately stop using DiveAlert Emergency Signaling Devices. The signaling device can malfunction when used and restrict the diver’s airflow, posing a drowning hazard.   This recall involves DiveAlert and DiveAlert PLUS scuba dive

DiveAlert Emergency Signaling Devices Recalled by Ideations Due to Drowning Hazard2021-04-17T06:13:03-04:00

CPSC Warns of Children Drowning in Bathtubs, Bath Seats and Buckets

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) urges parents and caregivers of young children to look for and protect against drowning in bathtubs risks inside and around their homes.   Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death among children ages 1 to 4 years

CPSC Warns of Children Drowning in Bathtubs, Bath Seats and Buckets2021-04-15T17:16:03-04:00
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