As temperatures soar, parents are beginning to think about pool safety, but a family in Attleboro, Massachusetts, said the gate that was supposed to stop children from getting into the pool didn’t prevent their toddler from danger. The Wyman family recently purchased an above-ground pool and installed a ladder that includes a locked safety cover.  Keith Wyman said the family was in their backyard last week when they noticed their 2-year-old son scaling the locked gate covering the ladder to their pool. His mother grabbed him before he got into the pool, but not before capturing it on camera to show other parents how easily kids could climb over. The cover has slats in it, which the family said makes it easy for their toddler to gain a foothold and climb it. The Wymans said it sheds light on what they believe is a design flaw. “If a 2-year-old can do it, a 6-year-old can do it and an 8-year-old can do it,” Wyman said. “The door on the ladder needs to be one solid piece if anything.” Wyman posted the video of his son on Facebook on Friday. By Monday evening, it had been viewed nearly 20 million times and shared more than 530,000 times by people all o...