A 3-year-old woman pulled out of an icy pond died at an area hospital Wednesday, in keeping with Ohio police.
First responders went to a home in Olmsted Township after the woman was reported lacking Wednesday afternoon, police stated. Officers discovered the woman’s father struggling to take away himself from a gap within the ice, in keeping with information launch.
“The male in peril was attempting to rescue his daughter who had wandered out onto the ice and fallen through in a separate location,” the Olmsted Township Police Department stated.
When an officer tried to assist the person get out of the water, he too fell by the pond, police say. Eventually they each bought out and the daddy was handled by different officers, in keeping with police.
The woman, who the police division stated has autism, was pulled from the icy water and was unresponsive, in keeping with police. CPR was administered and she or he was taken by ambulance to Southwest General Hospital, the place she was pronounced lifeless, police stated.
It’s unclear how the woman fell by the ice. Her title has not been launched.
Olmsted Township is about 20 miles southwest of Cleveland.