Details of Chinese father and son drowning in Australia: father cant swim and his wife is nearby.

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 Details of Chinese father and son drowning in Australia: father cant swim and his wife is nearby.


Oct. 30, Oct. 28, a Chinese father and son drowned while swimming in a tourist attraction in Queensland, Australia. Local police announced the details of the incident the next day. It is understood that the father and son were found after nearly six minutes of drowning, and the adult mans wife happened to leave, back when the tragedy had occurred.

According to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported on the 29th, the incident occurred at around 4 p.m. on the 28th at the Elly Beach Lagoon attraction. Officer OConnell said surveillance videos showed a man and son who could not swim first entered the shallow water. Then the father, carrying the child on his back, stepped deeper into the water, and the two men disappeared.

The father tried to ask for help, but the people around him did not notice that they were in critical condition or sinking. It wasnt until six minutes later that someone noticed someone sinking at the bottom, and the lifeguard then pulled the father out of the water. It is reported that the weather is hot, so the swimming pool is full of people and is very noisy.

Lagoon temporarily closed (source: Australia Broadcasting Corporation)

David, who was there, helped rescue the Chinese tourist at the swimming pool. He said: we spent about 5 minutes of CPR, then heard a woman shouting, the little boy in the water? police said the boy in his father left the pool after a few minutes also rescued, while his mother, is a mans wife was also adult in the swimming pool. The father and son in the water, the mother had a short leave to get a drink, did not expect to see the tragedy happening in the back. There are lifeguards in the lagoon of Airlie Beach responsible for patrolling. This is a popular destination for locals and tourists. After the incident, the lagoon was also closed on the 29 th. Source: overseas web editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

David, who was there, helped rescue the Chinese tourist at the swimming pool. We spent about five minutes doing CPR, and then we heard a woman say,Is that little boy still in the water? he said.

Police said the boy was rescued minutes after his father left the pool, and his mother, the wife of the adult man, was at the pool. After the father and son were in the water, the mother left for a drink for a short time, but when she came back, she saw the tragedy happening before her eyes.

There are lifeguards in the lagoon of Airlie Beach responsible for patrolling. This is a popular destination for locals and tourists. After the incident, the lagoon was also closed on the 29 th.