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Above-Ground Pool Claims Life of Four-Year-Old
Above-Ground Pool Claims Life of Four-Year-Old

A plastic solar panel ended the life of a four-year-old child in Gouverneur County, New York last month. Police have ruled the drowning an accident. Reports say that Thomas Keith Vanschaick, of Lisbon, NY, had been at a barbecue with his parents when the accident happened. ...

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Blog posts in September, 2010

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    While celebrating South Korea's advance into the knock-out phase of the World Cup in Seoul, a 20-year-old college student drown in the nearby Han ...

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  • Local Resident Suffers Near-Drowning in Stafford, TX

    While excercising in an LA Fitness swimming pool south of Houston, a 70-year-old woman was nearly drown , prompting a gym member to perform CPR and ...

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  • School Trip Claims Drowning Victim

    Montreal Police are reportedly investigating a drowning that occurred at the popular Mont Saint-Sauveur Water Park late last month. When several ...

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  • Florida Toddler Dies in Apparent Drowning

    Police in Hollywood, Florida are investigating the apparent child drowning of a toddler last month. The child, reported as two-year-old Valentino ...

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  • Oregon River Claims Another Casualty

    Walter Dines, 18, of Glen Burnie, Md., jumped from the high basalt cliff at Gladstone's High Rocks Park to join friends in the water, at the urging of ...

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  • Off-Duty Firefighter Saves Drowning Canadian Man

    A tragedy was avoided last month when three visitors took swift action to save a drowning man's life at Osoyoos Lake, near Brookvale Campground in ...

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  • Harlem Teen Drowns On Field Trip

    Pressure for answers mounts in the drowning of a Harlem who died while on a school field trip. Criticism has increased against inexperienced ...

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  • Apartment Manager Saves Boy From Drowning

    Reports say several brothers from the Caramegee family, of Tucson, AZ, were swimming at their apartment's pool, when one of the older children noticed ...

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