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Possible drowning reported, false alarm

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By Stephen Lega

A report of a possible drowning Wednesday afternoon at the Lebanon Aquatic Center turned out to be a false alarm.
At 2:15 p.m. the Lebanon Police Dispatch received a call reporting a possible drowning at the pool.
When EMS arrived on the scene, they found a female, who had been pulled out of the water by a lifeguard, according to Tony Mann of Marion County EMS. She may have had a seizure.

Charlsie Garrett, the director of the aquatic center, said the woman appeared to have a seizure while in the pool. A lifeguard quickly pulled her out of the water, Garrett said.


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