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Dr Ansari added that while drowning and near-drowning cases are normally associated with deep water and swimming in pools or the sea, global statistics indicate that children can drown in bathtubs, fish tanks, buckets, toilet bowls and at building sites.
Al Ansari says while drownings and near-drownings are normally associated with deep water and swimming in pools or the sea, global statistics indicate that children can drown in bathtubs, fish tanks, buckets, toilet bowls, and at building sites.
Dr al-Ansari says while drownings and near-drownings are normally associated with deep water and swimming in pools or the sea, global statistics indicate that children can drown in bathtubs, fish tanks, buckets, toilet bowls and at building sites.
Mutlu also cautioned the public on a television program on Saturday, saying that the currents are dangerous for even experienced swimmers and warning that beachgoers can drown in water only five meters deep unless a lifeguard is present.
"The majority of children who drown in swimming pools were last seen in the home, had been out of sight for less than five minutes, and were in the care of one or both parents at the time of the drowning.
Victims who drown in lakes will sink to the bottom in the area below the point of submergence; authorities usually will locate the body within a radius equal to the depth of the water.
The Centers for Disease Control reports that approximately 4,000 individuals drown in the United States each year.
If we all attained the American--or to be fair the European--standard of living the world would not only run out of resources but would drown in its own pollution and/or melt in its own exhaust heat.