Police: 16-year-old hospitalized after nearly drowning in Central Islip

A teen has been hospitalized after nearly drowning in Central Islip.  Police were called to Hawthorne Avenue just after midnight. News 12 Long Island has learned a group of teens jumped a fence to access

News 12 Staff

Jun 16, 2015, 7:58 PM

Updated 3,264 days ago

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Police: 16-year-old hospitalized after nearly drowning in Central Islip
A teen has been hospitalized after nearly drowning in Central Islip. 
Police were called to Hawthorne Avenue just after midnight.
News 12 Long Island has learned a group of teens jumped a fence to access the apartment complex pool. The pool was closed at the time.
The 16-year-old boy jumped into the deep end of the pool, but apparently couldn't swim, authorities say.
He was pulled from the water early this morning and is in serious condition.


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