6 Year Old New York Boy (Calvin Morse) in Critical Condition Following Near Drowning Incident at Daytona Beach Florida Hilton

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A 6-year-old boy from New York was reported in serious but stable condition at Halifax Health Medical Center. Calvin Morse was found at the bottom of a hot tub at a Hilton Hotel in Daytona Beach, Florida. A woman was walking with her family in the pool area of the hotel when her son discovered Calvin at the bottom of the hot tub. The mother quickly jumped into the hot tub, retrieved Calvin, and immediately began performing CPR on the child. Calvin was vacationing with his mother and sister, the family was visiting from Staten Island, New York. Andrea Morse, Calvin’s mother, said that both her child have had two years of swim lessons. For more read 6-year-old boy rescued from Hilton Hotel hot tub in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Constant and direct supervision is a key factor in preventing children from drowning or suffering other water-related personal injuries. Most hotels do not employ lifeguards. Therefore, parents need to ensure their child’s safety while he or she is playing in the water. While swimming pool and hot tubs can be a lot of fun, they also pose a serious threat to the health, safety, and welfare of children.

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