Mom Who Lost Her Son In Drowning Accident Joins Morgan Miller To Tell Her Story | Megyn Kelly TODAY

Nicole Hughes lost her 3-year-old son on the same day as Morgan Miller lost her 19-month old daughter. Now, the two moms have teamed up to help raise awareness of drowning risks. They hope to get the American Academy of Pediatrics to launch a campaign to increase parent awareness about how and when drowning occurs.
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