This case involves a four-year-old boy who was attending a summer camp. The camp had given the boy a swimming test that showed he had limited swimming ability. This indicated that he should be restricted to the shallow end of the pool. Despite the results of this test, the camp still allowed the boy to have full access to the pool. On one occasion, a camp counselor took the boy out to the middle of the pool and began roughhousing with him and dunking him under the water. The boy began gasping for air because he could not swim and could not grab the edge of the pool. The boy drowned and floated in the pool for six minutes while lifeguards, who were positioned approximately 15 feet away, did not rescue him. The boy’s parents brought a wrongful death lawsuit against the camp claiming that they were negligent in not having staff properly trained to respond to swimming accidents and not having proper procedures for pool use.