PSJA ISD Student Recovering after Nearly Drowning
ALAMO – PSJA ISD officials say a student nearly drowned during her physical education class at the school district's aquatic center.
A classmate noticed she did not resurface for about two minutes and called for help, according to a PSJA ISD press release. A teaching staff pulled the student out of the water and administered CPR.
Emergency responders arrived at the building, located in Fir and Freida street, and transported her to the hospital.
The 6th grade Audie Murphy Middle School student is in stable condition.
Hernandez said four swimming coaches and a lifeguard were supervising 23 students at the time of the incident. All other students were transported to their respective campus and were met with counseling staff.
The school district notified parents to advise them of the situation.
Count on us to bring you more information as it becomes available.
Weslaco ISD opens classrooms for students with connectivity problems
CON MI GENTE: So many collections
Cameron County receives $1.8 million grant for November election
Point Isabel makes last-minute push to boost census participation
Customs and Border Protection purchases body cameras for local Border Patrol agents