Title: 2-Year-Old Girl in Critical Condition After Being Found in Phoenix Swimming Pool
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PHOENIX – A two-year-old girl is currently in critical condition after being discovered in a swimming pool in Phoenix.
Emergency crews responded to the incident near Dobbins Road and 43rd Avenue at approximately 4 p.m., according to the fire department.
Details of the incident are still emerging, but it has been confirmed that the young girl was pulled from the pool and is now fighting for her life.
The Phoenix Fire Department stated that she is in an extremely critical condition.
The incident occurred just a few hours ago at a residence in the area.
Presently, an active scene remains with the presence of both Phoenix Police Department and Phoenix Fire Department in the neighborhood.
Authorities received the distress call shortly before 4 p.m., prompting a swift response from police and firefighters.
Upon arrival, they found the two-year-old girl either inside or near the pool.
The duration of her time in the water before being discovered is currently unknown.
Emergency responders immediately initiated life-saving measures before transporting her to the hospital, where she is now receiving medical care alongside her family.
Updates regarding her condition will be provided by either the Phoenix police or fire department.
This incident follows the tragic death of a four-year-old boy who was also found unresponsive in a pool at a Phoenix hotel just one day prior.
The community remains on alert as these incidents highlight the importance of pool safety and supervision, especially when children are present.
As more information becomes available regarding the condition of the two-year-old girl, 12 News will continue to provide updates on this developing story.
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