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ABC-13 News

“Deputies say no one saw what happened. The adults turned their backs for just seconds. And that’s all it takes for a tragedy to happen. It is a grim reminder that pools require constant supervision when children are present no matter how many people are around.

“I know absolutely what they are going through and it is horrific,” Christi Brown said.

Brown’s 2-year-old son, Judah, drowned back in 2016. She’s now using the Judah Brown Foundation, which was started by family friend Annette County, to teach pool safety to as many kids as possible.

“Drowning is the No. 1 cause of accidental death in children ages 1 to 4, and it is No. 3 in ages 5 to 19,” Brown said.”