A toddler died after being pulled from a Phoenix swimming pool on Thursday morning, the Phoenix Police Department said on Friday.
The drowning happened at a home near 10th Street and Maryland Avenue on Thursday morning.
A 7-year-old was taken to the hospital following after the child was found in a hotel pool, according to authorities in Scottsdale.
Tempe Police officials say a child was found in a pool in the East Valley city earlier this evening.
A 1-year-old girl has been hospitalized after a near-drowning call in west Phoenix Saturday afternoon.
Officials say the child was found underwater in a swimming pool near 99th Avenue and Indian School Road.
On July 19, a man was found in a canal near Camelback and Scottsdale roads. Police later identified him as as 23-year-old Robert Cuillo.
GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – Glendale fire says a toddler drowned after he was found in a pool on August 17. First responders were called out to a home near 59th Avenue and Mountain View Road around 6:15 p.m. When they got there, a family member was doing CPR on a 1-and-a-half-year-old boy. Crews took over CPR and he was taken to the hospital where he took a turn for the worse and passed away.
Aerial video shows there is a fence between the pool and the back door and fire officials said it’s unclear how the boy got into the water.
Two children have died and one other was taken to a hospital after being pulled from a backyard swimming pool at a Buckeye home.
BUCKEYE, AZ — Three children have been taken to a hospital after being pulled from a backyard swimming pool at a Buckeye home.
Just before 11 a.m. Saturday, emergency crews were called to a home on Hess Avenue, near Interstate 10 and Miller Road, for reports of a drowning.
Officials with the Buckeye Fire Department say three children have been taken to Phoenix Children’s hospital.
Two of the children, a 2-year-old and 3-year-old, were airlifted in critical condition
On Memorial Day weekend,18-year-old Carley Bove’s life changed forever because she nearly lost it.
She had lost her footing while tubing down the Salt River.
“I decided to kind of get out of my tube and pull everyone to the side,” Bove said.
It was too much. She went under the water and was unconscious.