One would think they would get rid of all of them being Disney & all...
I bet that's what the parents thought as well especially being from Nebraska. It's gut wrenching.
They end up in people's pools in residential areas. I remember seeing signs at our hotels by the pools or any body of water. When you enter any city, state , country, etc. there are always risks and dangers to be aware of.
Now I'm not sure where this movie was playing in reference to where they were, but it seems odd nobody told them to get out of the water or if workers/others were around. "No swimming " means don't do it. Don't enter the water. Anything could've happened. He could have fell over and floated away, stepped into a hole and went under water, any type of animal could've grabbed his foot. Bottom line is he shouldn't have been in the water no matter how close to the beach or how far out he was. Kids drown in bathtubs so the possibility was there, whether with a parent or not. Although CBS news just said the father was nearby and the family was on the beach, so sounds like the child was alone.
My aunt is down at a nearby resort and said she could see the helicopters searching late last night. [emoji20]
I don't think I blame either party involved although I'm sure by mid day that's all this thread will be. I believe that people should be responsible for common sense in areas they visit and if it states no swimming, especially at 9pm, why would you go in anyways? Swimming shouldn't haven't to be defined to mean different things ( standing in water/wadding/etc). I feel the more they add to signs, the less people are likely to read them anyways. But then again, when I see a beach my first thought, especially if it's warm, is to get into the water. It looks like a very inviting beach area.
Accidents happen but unfortunately at this point in time, it's all about blaming someone and not being an accident anymore.
Guess I'm just talking out loud as I'm
Not sure the right things to say except what a sad week in Orlando.
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