Grayson Brown Pronounced Dead Several Days After Drowning in Residential Pool on Hewes Avenue in Tustin

Grayson Brown Pronounced Dead Several Days After Drowning in Residential Pool on Hewes Avenue in Tustin

ON August 23, 2017

Yorba Linda boy pronounced dead at Children’s Hospital of Orange County

According to the Orange County Register, a 2-year-old boy rescued from drowning in a residential pool in North Tustin was pronounced dead on Tuesday, August 8th.

The Orange County Coroner’s Office released a report identifying the 2-year-old boy as Grayson Brown, of Yorba Linda.  The young infant was pronounced dead at Children’s Hospital of Orange County, said the article.

Just two days before, on Sunday at about 6:00 p.m., Grayson was discovered in a residential pool in the 13000 block of Hewes Avenue.  As reported in the article, Orange County Fire Authority arrived five minutes later and performed CPR on the young boy, who was found not breathing and without a pulse.

OCFA officials specified that the boy had gotten into the pool area due to a lack of any sort of fencing around the pool.

The article then mentions that there have been 28 drownings just in Orange County this year, according to the fire agency.

Currently, this drowning accident remains under investigation by the authorities and further details will be reported as they are discovered.

We of the May Firm would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of this young victim.  We will keep the young boy in our thoughts and prayers as well as the family as they undergo this difficult loss.

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