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People read this and for crying out loud please watch your children

Rocko 2012/07/11 00:35:51
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every year this happens it gets hot and children die this time it took a grandmother who jumped in to save the lil guy too
PEOPLE !!! PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO EXACTLY WHERE YOUR SMALL CHILDREN ARE AT ALL TIMES AND FOR CRYING OUT LOUD PUT LOCKED FENCES AROUND YOUR POOLS

GOD BLESS THIS GRANDMOTHER SHE WENT OUT LIKE A HERO IN MY BOOKS











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Surrey grandmother dies in hospital after pool tragedy also claimed grandson

Warina
Nissan, the grandmother who risked her life to save her 20-month-old
grandson from drowning in a Surrey pool Sunday, has died.






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VANCOUVER - Warina Nissan, the grandmother who risked her life to save
her 20-month-old grandson from drowning in a Surrey pool Sunday, has
died.

The 51-year-old, a non-swimmer, attempted to rescue her
grandson, Ivan Yousif, after he fell into the pool at the five-building
Evergreen Apartments complex. The toddler drowned and later died at
Royal Columbia Hospital at 11:20 p.m. Sunday, but the boy's grandmother
remained in critical condition.

The woman succumbed to her injuries around noon Monday.

Their names were released today by the BC Coroners Service.

The
grandmother and the boy - both Surrey residents - appeared to have been
in the water for an extended amount of time before they were found.
Bystanders pulled them out and attempted to revive them before police
and ambulance arrived.

Resident Zelba Lucinia said the pool had been open for less than a week. She saw the paramedics performing CPR on the victims.

"It's so sad," Lucinia said.

A
second water-related incident occurred Monday afternoon when a two-year
old girl was found unresponsive and floating in her family's backyard
pool in Surrey.

The B.C. Ambulance Service responded to an
emergency call on the 9600-block of 129th Street at shortly after noon
Monday to attend to the toddler. Basic and advanced life-support
resources and an instant transport team were on hand during the rescue
operation, according to Kelsie Carwithen, BC Ambulance spokeswoman.

"The
patient was first transported to Surrey Memorial Hospital," she said.
"We later moved her to BC Children's Hospital because of the seriousness
of her condition."

The BC Children's Hospital declined to comment on the patient's medical health, citing her status as a minor.

The accidents have prompted Surrey RCMP to issue a reminder for vigilance around the water as the weather heats up.

"This
unimaginable tragedy is a reminder to the public to always be mindful
of young persons' vulnerability around bodies of water," said Sgt. Drew
Grainger. "It is also a reminder for us as parents or guardians to have
an awareness of our own abilities as lifesavers."












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  • CwrazyLwina 2012/07/11 19:45:28
    WHAT???
    CwrazyLwina
    +1
    This is why i'm not having children..
    Hero Gma!!
  • Rocko CwrazyL... 2012/07/11 23:02:38
    Rocko
    +1
    i dont have any either but man this needs to stop


    thanx cwrazy
  • Staind_wolf94 2012/07/11 04:36:27
    I AGREE
    Staind_wolf94
    +2
    I don't have any children and my little brother is twelve, but our pool is above ground with fence and the ladder is always up (closed) when there isn't any supervision around.
  • Rocko Staind_... 2012/07/11 23:03:41
    Rocko
    +1
    good job thats what i like to hear tell your parent good job:)


    thanx stained
  • Staind_... Rocko 2012/07/12 15:38:11
    Staind_wolf94
    +1
    haha I'll tell them^^
  • Rocko Staind_... 2012/07/12 23:01:30
  • Raphy 2012/07/11 04:33:33
    I AGREE
    Raphy
    +1
    Man you can be looking at them one minute, turn head for a minute and they can be gone. But things happen.........
  • Rocko Raphy 2012/07/11 23:04:22
    Rocko
    so true but they are 100% preventable as well


    thanx raphy
  • flyingseaturtle BN 2012/07/11 04:32:46
    I AGREE
    flyingseaturtle BN
    +1
    Children need love and supervision ;-)
  • Rocko flyings... 2012/07/11 23:04:52
    Rocko
    +1
    absolutely agreed


    thanx flying
  • ☆ElenaDiamond☆ 2012/07/11 04:29:08
    I AGREE
    ☆ElenaDiamond☆
    +1
    This makes me sad.
  • Rocko ☆ElenaD... 2012/07/11 23:06:01
    Rocko
    +1
    yes me too very much because someone wasnt watching this family lost grandma and son so sad

    thanx elena
  • Jdogg 2012/07/11 04:24:35
    I AGREE
    Jdogg
    +2
    You always have to keep an eye on them.
  • Rocko Jdogg 2012/07/11 23:06:29
    Rocko
    so true dont turn your back for 10 seconds


    thanx jdogg
  • susan BN-0 2012/07/11 01:30:59
    I AGREE
    susan BN-0
    +1
    That's so sad,you're right people need to watch little kids closely,because they are to young to be aware of what Is dangerous and It's our job as parents to keep them safe.
  • Rocko susan BN-0 2012/07/11 02:42:39
    Rocko
    +1
    and isnt it so fitting that you are the only 1 who commented on something this important kind of sad commentary on the world today huh


    thanx susan for being a good parent
  • susan BN-0 Rocko 2012/07/11 03:26:33
    susan BN-0
    +1
    I shared the question,hopefully more people will answer this one,It's a very good post and people need to be aware of this.I do my best to be a good parent.
  • Rocko susan BN-0 2012/07/11 23:08:49
    Rocko
    +1
    thanx again susan i agree wholeheartedly and all we can do is our best right but its just so sad because of one momentary lapse and the parents are going to have to deal with a lifetime of guilt and pain
    i really feel for them
  • susan BN-0 Rocko 2012/07/15 02:28:33
    susan BN-0
    +1
    I know what you mean,I feel bad for them too.

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