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Two people drowned in pool at Carl Crawford's house

Two people drowned in pool at Carl Crawford's house”

Sources connected to Carl tell us. the ex-MLB star and current record label chief was hosting a small gathering of 6 people at his north Houston home.

Houston police were investigating a swimming pool accident at the Texas home of former Los Angeles Dodgers star Carl Crawford that left two dead, including a 5-year-old boy, according to reports. The adult woman, 25, who was watching the boy then dove into the pool, but for whatever reason, she was unable to retrieve the little boy or get out herself.

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TMZ reported that the boy wandered off and fell into the pool.

Carl was inside of the home at the time, but he quickly came out and gave his best effort to revive them. Per a local CBS affiliate, which took video of Crawford speaking to police, attempts to resuscitate both the woman and child via CPR were unsuccessful at the scene. The unidentified woman and child reportedly both drowned. Crawford's label discovered Megan Thee Stallion, who has skyrocketed to global fame, but she has since sued Crawford's 1501 Certified Entertainment to get out of her contract.



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