A three-year old boy involved in a drowning incident was given CPR. The incident occurred at a family pool in Brossard. The boy was found unconscious in the pool on Tardif St. He was quickly rushed to a healthcare facility where he was declared dead by the doctors.
The father of the boy delivered CPR while waiting for the arrival of the police. Upon arrival of the paramedics, they utilized a defibrillator, however neither the pulse nor breathing can be restored during transport to a healthcare facility.
Based on the preliminary information by Bruce Dyotte, spokesperson for the Cooperative des techniciens ambulanciers de la Monteregie (CETAM), the boy seems to have spent between 2-3 minutes underwater.
The police added that the boy was alone when the incident occurred.
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