Sharjah: The police has said that a four-year-old Emirati boy drowned in the swimming pool of his school in Sharjah. It further says that the fatal drowning happened at the Australian International School, off Maliha- Kalba Road in Sharjah. The police of Sharjah have launched an investigation into the incident.

It revealed that during the swimming class, the trainers noticed the child in an unconscious state in the pool and rushed him to a nearby hospital. The Emirati child, identified as K.A.A., was taken AI Qassimi hospital, where the medical staff attempted him but failed.

A member of the school administration said that the young kindergarten student tragic left the school staff devastated. “ Our heartfelt condolences go to the pupil’s family

That day more than 45 teachers were on duty the school is monitored with a CCTV system. The school authorities a decided that they will cooperate with the Sharjah Police.

The deceased child relative has said that he has two other siblings in the school. The boy was the youngest. His body will be handed to his family.

As per the report, this is the third case of drowning involving a child in Sharjah in recent months. An eight-year-old Pakistani boy drowned in the swimming pool of a building in AI Majaz area of Sharjah.

Earlier, A two-year-old Emirati girl drowned in June after falling into a plastic inflatable pool inflatable pool at her relative home in AI Dhaid.

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