Nancy Baker: A daughter’s drowning leads to pool safety reforms


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By Consumers Union on Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

From the Consumer Reports Safety Blog: Nancy Baker never envisioned becoming a leading advocate for safer pools and spas. However, the tragic accident that killed her 7-year old daughter Graeme in 2002 prompted her to act. As she says, “It helps me make some sense of something that makes no sense at all. It was an utterly preventable and senseless death.”

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