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Baby boy dies after being pulled from water near Brooklyn Bridge

Baby boy dies after being pulled from water near Brooklyn Bridge

The body was spotted in the water of the East River under the Brooklyn Bridge by a family who had travelled from Oklahoma to NY for a holiday.

The Campbells, their two sons and a niece had just returned from a ferry trip to the Statue of Liberty and were sitting on a bench talking about where to get dinner when they saw the baby.

Police are investigating after a baby boy died shortly after being pulled from the water near South Street Seaport. The baby was wearing only diapers.

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Tourists from Oklahoma discovered the child lying unconscious and unresponsive near the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge at around 4 p.m., according to police. They tried to save the baby and pulled him from the river, but it was too late. He said the baby had no respiration and showed no pulse. The medical examiner will determine the cause of death.

"It's little head was under the water but his little legs were over", the Oklahoma tourist told CBS2.

Police say it wasn't immediately clear why the child was in the water, and no parent or guardian was present. Police believe the boy was less than a year old.

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Chiropractor Monte Campbell said his wife, Diana Campbell, first noticed the baby.

The baby was pronounced dead at New York-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital, the Times reported.

The baby, reportedly 8 months old, was brought from the embankment to a pedestrian walkway and officers also performed CPR while waiting for EMS.

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"Someone knows that child", she said.