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He decided to jump in too, leading to the near drowning.
“He sunk to the bottom and when we got him out he was blue,” said Crabtree.
She took him to the side of the pool where his grandma and grandpa began giving him CPR, allowing him to spit up water and breathe again.
Paramedics took him to Dayton Children’s Hospital where his family said he quickly bounced back to normal.
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“I was just thanking God he was okay and we were able to get him back,” Crabtree said.
The family said Gregory remembers going into the water, but not what happened in the following seconds.
In fact, he was ready to get back in the pool today.