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Bode Miller and wife, Morgan, raise awareness on child drownings

Two families brought together by tragedy are now working to turn their pain into a platform for change. In June, Emmy, the 19-month-old daughter of Olympic gold medal ski racer Bode Miller and his wife, Morgan, drowned in a swimming pool. On the same day, Nicole Hughes’ energetic 3-year-old, Levi, also drowned. Two months later, the families are working to sound the alarm on drowning dangers. Dana Jacobson reports.

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