It was a somber night in Irving where mourners packed a small church to say goodbye to three little children who drowned last week in an apartment pool.
Two days after she was pulled from a community pool in Fort Worth, a six-year-old girl has been pronounced dead.
Three young children gone in an instant. It’s a parents worst nightmare and an Irving mother is actually living it tonight.
Halfway through the deadliest time of the year for drownings, at least 11 children have died in the region, and dozens more have been hospitalized.
A child remains in critical condition on Thursday morning after being pulled out of a swimming pool in south Fort Worth.
Search crews in Weatherford on Thursday morning have located the body of a fisherman who was reported missing on Wednesday night.
An eight-year-old girl has been pulled from an apartment pool.
A 6-year-old drowned at a community swimming pool in northwest Fort Worth, near the Saginaw city limits.
The Irving Police Department says Treshawn Smith, 9 and Anthony Smith, 11 passed away around 9:15pm Sunday. Both had been on life support.
A young Irving girl is dead and her brothers are fighting for their lives at a Dallas hospital, their injuries the result of an incident at an apartment complex swimming pool.
The third child was still in the pool when first responders arrived.
Rescuers in Palo Pinto County have recovered the body of a teenager who drowned in the Brazos River.