Three-year-old twins drown in backyard pool

Friday, 28 Jul, 2017

Twin toddlers have died from drowning after being pulled from a backyard pool on Long Island. Suffolk County Police Detective Lieutant Kevin Beyrer said she had just awakened, looked out the window and saw one of the boys floating in the pool. She called 911 and started CPR on her son.

Officials said 3-year-old twin boys were found unresponsive in the pool at their family's Melville home early Wednesday, July 26, 2017, and later pronounced dead.

She told the New York Post: "She has such difficulty with pregnancies so having three of them was just a super blessing, I can not even believe this is happening to her".

The house changed hands late past year to a corporate owner, and officials said some work was done on the pool area this spring.

According to the New York Daily News, Aurilia told police that her boys were in bed when she checked on them earlier in the morning. After several minutes of searching the water, which was green due to pool renovations, crews found the second child. They were informed that a second child may still be in the pool, so four firefighters jumped in to find him.

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"The hospital worked feverishly for a different outcome but it was not to be today", Andrea Mineo, a spokeswoman for Plainview Hospital said.

"Everything appears to be an accident", Beyrer said, adding that the backyard and pool appeared to be up to code.

"She has such difficulty with pregnancies so having three of them was just a super blessing, I can not even believe this is happening to her", Eboni Huggins told the NY Post. The father had already left the house.

The family had just recently moved to their Holly Court home.

"I'm feeling very bad", said Alvarez, as she hugged one of her young charges in the home's doorway.