The condition of the 3-year-old boy who was pulled from the water yesterday [Aug 12] is improving, and he has been moved out of the Intensive Care Unit to the children’s ward.
The little boy was at Admiralty House with his parents, who are visiting the island, and was given CPR by a bystander after being pulled from the water, and the police are looking to find the citizens who helped save the 3-year-old.
Police spokesman Dwayne Caines said: “Police are looking to find the citizens who assisted with saving the young boy involved in the near drowning incident at Admiralty House beach on Sunday afternoon.
“The condition of the victim has since improved and he is currently resting comfortably on a general ward. Anyone with information about the identity of these individuals is encouraged to contact Police Media Spokesperson Dwayne Caines at 295-0011.”
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