Twenty-eight kids have drowned in Texas so far in 2022. We can prevent these tragedies if we all Watch Kids around Water!

Water is a great way to beat the heat but summer is also when children are most likely to drown. Drowning is a leading cause of accidental death for kids under the age of five and toddlers are especially at risk.

And, drowning can happen in almost any amount of water, indoors or outdoors.

But, we can prevent these tragedies if we all watch kids around water! Never leave a child unsupervised around water, inside or outside of the house. It only takes a few minutes for a child to drown.

2022 Statistics

- updated 06/24/2022

County Drownings Age Gender Location
Collin 1 2 F Pool (Backyard)
Dallas 1 4 M Pool (Backyard)
Denton 2 1 F Bathtub
2 M Pool (Backyard)
El Paso 1 3 M Pool (Backyard)
Fannin 1 2 M Pool (Backyard)
Galveston 2 3 F Pool (Hotel/Motel)
4 F Pool (Apartment)
Harris 6 3 M Pool (Backyard)
16 M Creek
2 M Pool (Backyard)
3 F Pond
15 M Bayou
11 months F Bathtub
Harrison 1 1 F Pond
Hidalgo 1 1 M Bucket
Jefferson 1 1 F Pool (Backyard)
Llano 1 4 M Lake
Tarrant 4 2 M Pool (Backyard)
2 F Pool (Backyard)
16 M Lake
17 M Lake
Tom Green 1 3 M Pool (Apartment)
Walker 1 3 M Pool (Backyard)
Wharton 2 1 M Pond
3 M Pool (Backyard)
Williamson 2 1 F Bathtub
16 M Lake
Total 28