Expert Says "Drownings are Preventable"
The beginning of summer means that people will be flocking to community and backyard pools to beat the heat, but it’s also a time when we hear about swimming related tragedies. Kim Burgess, spokesperson for the National Drowning Prevention Alliance says the saddest part of these stories is that they are avoidable. WNKU’s Matt Kelley asked Burgess what percentage of drownings are preventable. ( get more tips from the NDPA at www.ndpa.org)