Phoenix baby passes away after being pulled from the bathtub

A baby in Phoenix was pulled from a bathtub after the fire department says she was left alone for an unknown amount of time on Saturday.

She sadly passed away at the hospital from her injuries, Phoenix Police say.

Phoenix Firefighters responded to the area of 19th and Southern avenues for reports of a drowning inside an apartment complex on Feb. 10.

When fire crews got there, they found Phoenix Police officers giving CPR to an unresponsive baby girl.

The girl was taken to the hospital and was listed in extremely critical condition. At 8:15 p.m., Phoenix Police said the toddler died at the hospital.

"Detectives will be completing an investigation into what led to this incident. No arrests have been made at this time," Phoenix Police said.

Initially, Phoenix Fire identified the victim as a 2-year-old girl, but Phoenix Police said the victim was a 5-month-old girl.

Map of the area where the incident happened: