British boy pulled from a swimming pool in Ibiza after nearly drowning
British boy, three, is pulled from a swimming pool and rushed to hospital after nearly drowning at a hotel in Ibiza
- The toddler was pulled from the pool in the beach resort village of Es Canar
- Police arrived at the scene near the town of Santa Eulalia at around 5.30pm on Sunday, where they found paramedics already there assisting the child
- Boy was taken to a private clinic on the island called Nuestra Senora del Rosario
- The child’s condition today was described by hospital sources as ‘stable’
A British toddler was pulled from a swimming pool and rushed to hospital after nearly drowning at a hotel in Ibiza on Sunday.
The three-year-old was pulled from the pool by a lifeguard at an unnamed hotel in the beach resort village of Es Canar near to the east coast town of Santa Eulalia.
Police arrived at the scene, around 5.30pm on Sunday, to find emergency medical responders already assisting the child.
He was taken to a private clinic on the island called Nuestra Senora del Rosario.
The child’s condition today was described by hospital sources as ‘stable.’
The three-year-old was pulled from the pool by a lifeguard at an unnamed hotel in the beach resort village of Es Canar near to the east coast town of Santa Eulalia (pictured, file photo)
Pictured: An ambulance is seen outside the the Nuestra Señora del Rosario Hospital in Ibiza after a three-year-old boy was admitted. The boy was pulled from a pool after nearly drowning on Sunday. His condition was described as ‘stable’ by Monday morning
The clinic is the same one a 21-year-old Brit was taken to after a second-floor balcony plunge in the popular party resort of Playa d’en Bossa in the early hours of Thursday morning.
He was admitted to intensive care with multiple injuries including head injuries.
The place where that accident happened has been identified as the adult-only Jet Apartments.
Carl Shepherd, 28, known to pals and relatives as Daniel, died at the same apartment complex in August 2017 after a three-floor 5.30am plunge.
It was reported afterwards he had fallen asleep on a ledge between the terrace of the apartment he was in and a neighbouring apartment.
In May a British toddler drowned in a swimming pool accident on the Costa Blanca.
Pictured: The Nuestra Senora del Rosario Hospital is seen in Ibiza
On Thursday morning, a 21-year-old Brit was taken to hospital after a second-floor balcony plunge in the popular party resort of Playa d’en Bossa (pictured)
Freddie Joseph Briggs died in the pool at his parents’ home in the village of Aigues near Benidorm on May 25, leading the local council to declare three days of mourning.
Tributes were paid to the 19-month-old boy at his funeral service at a church in Belfast where he was christened before he was buried at a nearby cemetery.
At the start of last month a six-year-old British boy died in hospital days after being rescued from a hotel pool close to the Love Island villa in Majorca.
The youngster was rushed to hospital in a ‘critical’ state from a four-star hotel in the resort of Sa Coma.
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