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UPDATE: Toddler Pulled Unconscious From Pool in North Haven Sunday Has Died

authorStaff Writer on Jul 11, 2024
UPDATE, THURSDAY, JULY 11: The toddler pulled unconscious from a North Haven swimming pool on Sunday died on Wednesday, July 10, Southampton Town Police announced today. The toddler had been... more

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