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6-year-old pulled from pool remains in ICU

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The girl was pulled from the pool at the Encore Crossing apartment complex. The girl was pulled from the pool at the Encore Crossing apartment complex.

A 6-year-old girl is in intensive care after she was found unconscious in a swimming pool Tuesday.

Corpus Christi Police said someone saw her in the pool of the Encore Crossing apartment complex in the 2000 block of Nodding Pines Drive.

CPR was performed on the girl before she was taken to Driscoll Children's Hospital. She was reported to be in critical condition.

As of Thursday morning, the girl is being treated in the intensive care unit.

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