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news.com.au 20 Nov, 2021 05:45 am

Western Australia launches pool safety campaign after toddler drowns at home

Western Australia launches pool safety campaign after toddler drowns at home
Western Australia is ramping up its water safety messaging after a toddler tragically drowned in his family’s backyard pool.

Western Australia will kick off a new safety campaign after a toddler’s tragic drowning triggered an investigation.Western Australia is ramping up its water safety messaging after a toddler tragically drowned in his family’s backyard pool.On average, three children die from drowning in Western Australia each year.The house where the toddler tragically died.

“It’s so important that parents’ first port of call is to check the water bodies around the home – a bathtub or a swimming pool,” a Royal Life Saving spokesperson said.” Royal Life Saving Australia’s national drowning report for 2020-2021 recorded 25 children under four drowning.

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