GLENDALE, Ariz. (KSAZ) - A two-year-old girl has been saved by Phoenix and Glendale fire crews after a near-drowning experience.
Fire crews treated and transported a two-year-old girl near 67th Avenue and Camelback just before 5 p.m.
Family members found the child in the backyard pool during a family party. One parent was doing CPR when fire crews arrived.
While en route, crews started treatment in the ambulance where firefighters were able to resuscitate the little girl. She regained pulses and started crying.
Upon arrival to Phoenix Children's Hospital, she was able to breathe on her own.
At the home, over ten kids were outside around the pool, however, they were all wearing life jackets. The girl managed to get out of her life jacket. Fortunately, another child pulled her out of the pool while another child told the adults.