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UPDATE: Student Dies In Wenatchee High School Swimming Pool

UPDATE: Wenatchee Police and emergency services personnel responded to Wenatchee High School at 10:53 AM Thursday morning after a student was found unresponsive at the bottom of the High School swimming pool. The student, 14-year old Antonio Reyes, was taken to Central Washington Hospital but could not be revived. 

Reyes had been in the pool with classmates in a swimming class that was scheduled between 9:13 AM and 10:09 AM. Police investigators interviewed classmates and teachers and determined Reyes likely drowned while in class though his classmates and teacher was unaware of this occurring. 

Reyes was found around 10:50 AM by students of the next scheduled swimming class.  Reyes was pulled out of the pool and teachers performed CPR on Reyes until emergency medical services workers arrived at the scene and took over. 

Wenatchee Police investigators do not believe foul play is an issue in this tragic drowning death. The initial portion of the investigation into this incident has been completed by our agency though there are still some follow up interviews that will be completed in the coming days. An autopsy has also been scheduled by the Chelan County Coroner to determine the cause of death. 

 

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