Summer is over but consider the ‘community of individuals whocannot swim’ and think of children near water as a ‘community.’
To all of you who have loved statistics, here is a statistical web site that talks about child drowning: http://www.gc.maricopa.edu/psyc/minisample2.html
Where does your state fall? Why do you think that is?
I live in Washington state.
In the given website Washington state has a drowning rate of 3.28 (compared to the average of 2.83 with a standard deviation of 2.03). This would indicate that Washington state does not have statistically significantly more death by drowning than the …
The expert examines drowning as a community health issues.