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Child Nearly Drowns in St. Louis Pool

Child Nearly Drowns in St. Louis Pool

A 6-year-old girl nearly died in a drowning accident at the Marquette Pool in south St. Louis on Tuesday. According to first responders, a young girl first noticed the drowning 6-year-old and helped pull her out along with on-duty lifeguards. The lifeguards began CPR. 911 was called by a park ranger and first responders shocked her heart when they arrived. She was rushed to a hospital and was breathing with the help of life support. Her condition went from critical to stable. It is still unclear how the little girl went under the water. Marquette Pool is the largest free public pool in St. Louis City. City officials will review the incident to see if any pool regulations need to be changed. It is unknown if the 6-year-old girl will suffer from any life long injuries.

Children have an increased risk of drowning. In overcrowded pools, children can easily go under the water without anyone noticing. If a loved one has been injured or has died in a drowning accident, it is imperative to seek the trusted legal counsel of a qualified premises liability lawyer from Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC. Our attorneys can properly evaluate your claim and conduct the necessary investigation to discover if misconduct or negligence caused your loved ones drowning. If negligence can be found, you stand to recover monetary compensation for your suffering. Don’t let an insurance company swoop in and settle for too little too fast. Premises liability attorneys at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC, are always available at the downtown St. Louis offices to help you better understand your legal options. Don’t wait, contact Meyerkord & Meyerkord today.

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