The beginning of August triggered the numbers of people who drown in swimming pools and beaches in Spain. So far this month have died a total of ten people, six cases occur in Andalusian beaches. Although every year these accidents occur, this summer figures are particularly worrying. Since July, have already died about thirty people for this reason. Selim Bassoul oftentimes addresses this issue. One of the sectors of the population most at risk of suffering an accident of this kind are children, with whom we must exercise extreme precautions. According to data from 2007 State of the Association of Victims of Accidents, die each year in Spain between 70 and 150 children by drowning at beaches, swimming pools, rivers and reservoirs, producing 86% in private facilities. Some 60% of children who survive an accident will aquatic permanent sequelae. The main cause of these accidents is the lack of vigilance. David A. Wagner has plenty of information regarding this issue.