Drowning Incident Reported in Daytona Beach, Florida – Holiday Inn on A1A

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In Daytona Beach (Volusia County), Florida, there was a drowning incident reported involving a 13 year old boy. He was found and pulled from the bottom of the Holiday Inn Hotel pool. Volusia County Fire Rescue reported to the scene and attempted to stabilize the 13 year old boy.

Florida is a popular vacation location for residents and out of State tourists. The weather and local attractions including Daytona Speedway and the beach bring people to the East Coast of Florida. Most vacations are fun filled and a great experience for the children and the rest of the family. Unfortunately, some vacations end with serious personal injuries and / or the wrongful death of a child in the State of Florida.

Many Florida hotel swimming pools are not staffed by a certified lifeguard. Florida law does not require the posting of a certified life guard at all hotel swimming pools. While signs are generally posted in and around the pool and in the lobby, there is little in the way of formal monitoring or supervision to prevent drownings or to provide for the safety of swimmers especially children and teens. You can read more about this story at Teen Drowning Victim Reported in Daytona Beach – Volusia County – Florida. See also Volusia County, Florida – Toddler Drowns in Swimming Pool.

If you have a question about a child injury matter, contact a Florida Child Injury Lawyer for advice, consultation, and possible representation. Children should be kept safe whenever possible and feasible.