Monday, July 20, 2009
Drownings Drop, But Not Enough
The number of drownings in the province of Quebec has dropped significantly since the year 2000, says the Lifesaving Society of Quebec.
Still, some are pushing for further education to prevent tragic drownings, particularly in Quebec's lakes and rivers.
Sixteen-year-old Andrew Selby died last year on the Rivière Rouge after he was swept into the water at a dangerous point where two rivers meet and form powerful currents.
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