PHOENIX - An infant has been transported to Phoenix Children's Hospital after being found in a swimming pool Saturday afternoon.
Phoenix Fire Captain Tony Mure said a mother found her 22-month-old son in their swimming pool Saturday afternoon and discovered the child was not breathing.
The mom called 911 and began applying CPR until paramedics arrived on scene. The child was taken to Phoenix Children's Hospital while CPR was still in progress.
We will update as information becomes available.
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