13-year-old Boy Scout in Florida Creates a Device that Saves People from Drowning

A 13-year-old boy scout that goes by the name Kaial Hajik created a device that saves people from…
13-year-old boy scout

A 13-year-old boy scout that goes by the name Kaial Hajik created a device that saves people from drowning. The young boy heard about people drowning in the Gulf of Mexico near Panama City Beach, Florida, he realized he had to save the situation.

 Kaial designed a device he referred to as the LifeBoKx, a kit that contains life-saving equipment that could be installed along the beach. He said that the “K” in LifeBoKx stands for Kaial.

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It’s very simple, I would say, but it’s also very important in saving someone’s life. I wanted to let people know how to actually save people from those kinds of disasters like either currents or drowning.

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I think when he saw the severity of the drownings throughout the year and the data, it drove him to like ‘I see a need, fill a need,'” his father.

Joe Hajik.

The device will be presented to a local optimist club and a city council. The father-son duo is working to ensure that the devices could be on the sand. This 13-year-old boy scout has really done something wonderful as this device will save a lot of people from drowning.

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