Children younger than one year old are more likely to drown at home. For children younger than five, 87% of drowning fatalities happen in home pools or tubs. Most take place in pools owned by family, friends or relatives. After pools, bathtubs are the second leading location where young children drown. However, buckets, bath seats, wells, decorative ponds and toilets are also potential drowning sources for infants and toddlers. Those 5 to 17 years old are more likely to drown in natural water, such as ponds or lakes.