DRY DROWNING

With  Dry Drowning, water never reaches the lungs. Instead, breathing in water causes your child's vocal cords to spasm and close up. That shuts off his airways, making it hard to breathe. ... You'd likely notice your child having trouble breathing right away, and it might get worse over the next 24 hours.

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