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Potomac Child Suffers Near Drowning Incident

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Montgomery County Fire and Rescue units responded to a near drowning incident at River Falls Community Center in the 7900 block of Horseshoe Lane in Potomac, Md.

Personnel say they found a 7-year-old girl at the pool, who they describe as the victim of near drowning. The child was transported to a local hospital, where her condition remains unknown at this time.

Few details have been disclosed. Management, parents and others in the community have declined to comment on the situation.


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