Bystanders at a community pool in Irvine, Calif., are being hailed as heroes after saving a young girl from drowning.
First responders told FOX 11 that the incident happened on Sunday at Royal Oak Community Pool.
Bystanders noticed the girl at the bottom of the pool and rushed to save her. They were able to pull her out of the water and administer CPR.
The girl was taken to the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
Firefighters said this is a good reminder for parents of small children to make sure someone is watching the water at all times, educate children on pool safety, and take CPR classes if possible.