SEMINOLE — A 2-year-old boy was rushed to All Children's Hospital
Monday night after he nearly drowned in the family pool, deputies said.
Chantelle M. Bang, 21, pulled her son, Noah, from the pool around 8 p.m. and administered CPR until paramedics arrived, deputies said.
Noah Bang was in stable condition and expected to be released from the
hospital early Tuesday.
According to deputies, the child was in a back room of the 10875 131st Street N home, playing with his mother and uncle when Chantelle Bang left the room for five minutes. When she returned, neither her son nor his uncle were in the room, deputies said.
She found Noah floating in the backyard pool, which has no safety fence
around it, deputies said.
It is believed Noah exited the house through the garage and made his way to
the pool before his mother found him.
The investigation is ongoing.