If these cases - and it's more like 40, not 11 - are truly unfortunate accidents involving drunk kids falling into the water, why does it only happen in cold weather months?
Aren't there considerably more drunk kids in Boston during the warm months?
Wouldn't it follow, given the law of averages, that there would more incidents in the warm weather months?
Yet, there aren't.
I don't know of 1 happening in the warm weather.
The streets are deserted in the cold weather months making a drunk kid vulnerable with a lack of witnesses.
That's my take.
Hoping against the odds for this kid.