A 13-year-old Boy Scout is working to make a difference in his community and using his ingenuity in the process. When Kaial Hajik heard about people drowning near his hometown of Panama City Beach, Florida, he had to do something. So he built a prototype of a device he calls the LifeBoKx, a kit with life-saving equipment that could be installed along the beach. Inside are life vests, a lifesaver and CPR instructions. Each box would have a location number to help rescuers find people faster.