14-year-old boy rescued by nurse in Bloomington hotel pool

A nurse rescued a 14-year-old boy at the bottom of a Bloomington hotel pool on Thursday, according to the Star Tribune.

The nurse, who asked that her name not be released, performed CPR after pulling the boy out of the water. The boy, who was not breathing but did have a pulse at the time of the incident, was conscious and talking when he was taken to Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina for observation, the Star Tribune reported.

The boy was said to be underwater for a few minutes at the Bloomington Sheraton until the nurse, who happened to be in the pool area, pulled him out, according to Kare11.com.

Police said no further investigation is needed and what happened was an accident, Kare11.com reported.

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