PHOENIX — A 4-year-old child was in extremely critical condition after a near drowning in Phoenix on Sunday. 

Capt. Kenny Overton with the Phoenix Fire Department said the near drowning occurred near Central Avenue and Baseline Road around 5 p.m. 

The child was being taken to a local hospital for definitive care. 

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There was no other information immediately provided. 

It was the second near drowning incident involving a young child in two days. 

 A 9-month-old child is in extremely critical condition after being pulled from a bathtub at a home in Phoenix on Saturday. 

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The infant was "pulseless and unresponsive" when crews responded to the drowning call at a home near 35th and Northern avenues around 3 p.m., Phoenix Fire Capt. Rob McDade said.