Safety officials have noticed two trends: pediatric incidents have to do with broken or disabled barriers around pools, and the fatal incidents with adults involve adults swimming alone and not with a buddy.
Below are tips Koslowski provided on the ABC's of water safety:
Adults should have "eye to eye contact" with children when they have access to water.
Barriers between children and water can save a life.
Classes in CPR for adults and swimming lessons for children at the appropriate age will help everyone to know what to do in an emergency.