Feb 172018

QUEEN CREEK, AZ – A child has been taken to the hospital after being found in a pool of an unincorporated area near Queen Creek.

According to Queen Creek Fire and Medical officials, a three-year-old boy was found in a pool for an unknown amount of time.

The incident happened near Hunt Highway and Sossaman Road.

Officials say CPR was initiated, but the child was unresponsive.

A Maricopa County Sheriff’s office spokesperson said the child was taken to the hospital in critical condition.

Source: Queen Creek Fire: Child found unresponsive in pool, taken to hospital – ABC15 Arizona

Feb 052018

GLENDALE, AZ – A 2-year-old girl has reportedly died after she was pulled from a pool in Glendale Friday night.

The Glendale Fire Department responded to the area of 67th Avenue and Bethany Home Road after receiving reports of a child found in a pool by her family.

A Glendale Fire spokesperson said the child was unresponsive and taken to the hospital in critical condition. Officials said she later died.

Source: Glendale Police: 2-year-old girl dies after being pulled from pool – ABC15 Arizona

Jan 142018

TOLLESON, AZ – Phoenix police say a young boy is dead after he was found in a backyard pool in Tolleson Sunday afternoon.

Authorities responded to a home near 91st Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road around 4 p.m. after receiving reports of a possible drowning.

According to officials, a 3-year-old boy was found on the side of the pool and taken to the hospital in serious condition but later died.

The boy did live at the home, a police spokesperson confirmed. No additional information was immediately a

Source: Police: 3-year-old drowns in Tolleson pool Sunday afternoon – ABC15 Arizona

Dec 212017

Her older siblings, just a few feet away, splashed in their family’s pool in Buckeye.

Her babysitter, distracted, played with another toddler. Her dad left the grill to fix a loose screw on the trampoline. Her mom was in the checkout line at the store, four miles away.

At least 20 adults were at her mother’s birthday party on June 10, and yet no one saw 18-month-old Emelynn Davis go under. There she was, free-falling without floaties into the 3-foot-deep water.

One minute passed, and water entered her throat and blocked her airway.

Two minutes passed, and oxygen stopped flowing into her bloodstream.

Three minutes, and she lost consciousness.Four minutes — oxygen stopped reaching her brain.

Five minutes — her throat relaxed and water rushed into her lungs.

It wasn’t until one of the older kids got out of the pool that they noticed Emelynn face-down in the shallow end.

Source: Buckeye Family Heals Together After Drowning Accident | Phoenix New Times

Nov 192017

CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -A 3-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital in serious condition after he fell in a backyard pool Sunday morning.

Val Gale with Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Department said the boy was at his grandmother’s house near Dobson and Ocotillo roads when he rode his tricycle into the pool. The grandmother was able to get the boy out of the pool and call for help.

Gale said when crews arrived on scene, the boy had a strong heartbeat but needed assistance with breathing.

Source: 3-year-old boy hospitalized after nearly drowning in Chandler – Arizona’s Family

Nov 062017

PHOENIX – Phoenix police say a man drowned in a pool at an apartment complex Sunday afternoon.

Authorities were called to an apartment complex near 46th Street and Thomas Road around 2 p.m. after receiving reports that a 26-year-old man was found in the pool.

Source: Police: Man drowned in pool at Phoenix apartment complex after drinking heavily – ABC15 Arizona

Oct 132017

Chandler firefighters responded to a home near Riggs and Gilbert roads around 7 p.m. after a boy was found in the pool by the homeowner.

According to Chandler Fire the pool that the boy was in did not have a fence. A Chandler police spokesman says, the victim’s aunt works at the home and brought him and his brother for the afternoon.

It’s still unknown how the boy fell into the pool and how long he was in the water, officials said.

He did not know how to swim.

Source: Chandler Fire: 8-year-old dead after being pulled from pool – ABC15 Arizona

Oct 102017

FOSSIL CREEK, Ariz. – The Gila County Sheriff’s Office said a Peoria man drowned at Fossil Creek Sunday.

Deputies, assisted by several other agencies, responded to a drowning call shortly after noon on Sunday at the “Toilet Bowl” swimming hole.

GCSO identified the drowning victim as 57-year-old Marvin McClain, Monday.

Tonto Rim Search and Rescue, Pine-Strawberry Fire Department, Arizona Department of Public Safety and the Gila County Dive Team helped to recover McClain.

Source: Peoria man drowns in Fossil Creek swimming hole |

Oct 012017

A teenage boy is dead after drowning at Bartlett Lake Sunday afternoon.

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office was called to an area just south of Sandy Beach Cove after a 15-year-old was lost sight of his friend while the two were swimming.

The boy immediately swam to shore to call for help.The MCSO dive team responded to the area and located the 15-year-old victim’s body in 15-feet of water, a MCSO spokesperson said.

Source: Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office recovers missing teen’s body after drowning – ABC15 Arizona