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Lifeguard revives woman who nearly drowned at Raging Waters
First Published Jun 25 2013 01:55 pm • Last Updated Jun 25 2013 05:01 pm

Salt Lake City emergency crews rushed to Raging Waters water park Tuesday afternoon on a report of a near drowning.

A 21-year-old woman had been pulled unconscious from the water at about 1:45 p.m., Salt Lake City fire spokesman Jasen Asay said.

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But Asay said a lifeguard performed CPR on the woman and resuscitated her.

She was transported to a hospital as a precaution, but was expected to be OK, Asay said.

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