the disney "suits" demanded that i sign a release saying that i was interfering and prohibited the lifeguard from doing his job.
i refused to sign. the lifeguard was negligent and that was what i wrote on an incident report.
there was a family there that videoed the whole event....kid, being taken from the pool by me....being resuscitated, lifeguard running up to the scene as the kid was coughing and vomiting....the suits arriving a full 3 minutes before the paramendics....the parents of the kid running up to the edge of the pool before the paramedics arrived. did i mention the child was age 4?
once the suits finished with me,they focused on the parents and accompanied the kid and parents to the hospital.
it was good that i was there. (trespassing)
Originally Posted by Liz - Aruba Lover
WOW Andrea, what a story. You were meant to be at the Poly pool on that day and time. The "suits" should have thanked you for saving the little boy's life. Without you, the boy wouldn't be here now and Disney I'm sure would have had a lawsuit on their hands since the lifeguard didn't do his job.
So you saved the kids life and the suits were unappreciative. Go figure. Getting back on topic I think we'll stick to bar hopping instead of pool hopping, though we actually have been known to pool bar hop on occasion.
Pool bar hopping, now that's more like it...lol.
I hate bracelet's but so see how they help keep the squatters out if places like the lazy river at the Surf Club. I'm the worst about wearing anything,, including jewelry on my hands or wrist.