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Statistic /Facts Around 1,000 children drown each year.
Rule #1 Don’t push or jump on other people while they’re in the water.
Rule #2 Don’t run near pools.
Rule #3 Don’t dive into the shallow end of the pool.
Rule #4 You should always see how deep the water in the pool is.
Rule #5 Don’t chew gum or eat while you swim you may choke.
Care and Treatment If someone is drowning you should tell an adult and call 911.
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