Update: Authorities release June 911 call of Deer Creek drowning

Posted on Monday, June 28th, 2021 at 1:31 pm    

DEER CREEK, OK – More information concerning the June 16 drowning of Oluwatoyin Adewole Amuda, 18, has been released by authorities, reports KFOR.

The release is a roughly ten minute recording of the 911 call that was made after Amuda’s unresponsive body was found in the pool. On the recording, a woman is calling for help and she says her husband is performing CPR on a teenager.

A 911 operator is heard giving CPR instructions to the husband. Emergency crews arrive near the end of the recording. They remained on the scene and continued CPR for about a half hour.

The incident, which may involve underage drinking, is under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office.

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