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'ACCIDENTAL DROWNING'

2-year-old boy dies after being found in hot tub

Posted 6/16/24

Phoenix Police Department detectives said the death on Saturday of a 2-year-old boy “is consistent with a tragic accidental drowning.”

Police officers and fire personnel were called …

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'ACCIDENTAL DROWNING'

2-year-old boy dies after being found in hot tub

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Phoenix Police Department detectives said the death on Saturday of a 2-year-old boy “is consistent with a tragic accidental drowning.”

Police officers and fire personnel were called and found the boy being giving CPR by family members about 1:15 p.m. June 15 near 5600 West Virginia Avenue.

Axiel Marquez, 2, was taken to a hospital and was pronounced dead, according to a Phoenix Police Department release.

“At this time, there is nothing investigators found suspicious or that indicates foul play,” the release stated.

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