Published: Tue, September 12, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Autopsy planned for Pennsylvania boy found in OH pool

Autopsy planned for Pennsylvania boy found in OH pool

The 2-year-old was not located at the same time as his brother.

The toddler vanished from his home and firefighters found him Sunday evening in the pool in the backyard of a home near State Line Road in Masury, Ohio, less than a half-mile from where he lived in Sharon.

The toddler and his five-year-old autistic brother wandered away from their Sharon home from what authorities know at this time. He was found in a pool and rushed to a hospital, where he later died.

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"He never regained consciousness", Smith said.

He was found on the 600 block of Syme Street in Masury. "This is a parent's worst nightmare".

Detective Aaron Kasiewicz with the Brookfield Police Department said, "He saw the child playing in a rain barrel and when the child began to walk away he followed him and flagged one of the officers down then they saw us".

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A large number of citizens helped search the area as well.

Smith said it was hard to get any information out of the older brother who was not identified.

The two were reported missing shortly before 5 p.m., according to a Trumbull County 911 call summary. "I can tell you that both state police departments, OH and PA state were involved, and probably every fire department in Trumbull and Mercer County".

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"There are so many, so many agencies here I can't name them all", Sharon, Ohio Police Chief Gerald Smith says. Faustino said. "There were literally hundreds of people who cared enough to take action".

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