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Harrison County Toddler In Dallas Hospital After Falling into Pond

A toddler is in a Dallas hospital after falling into a pond in Harrison County.

Harrison County Sheriff Tom McCool tells KLTV deputies responded to a report that a small child had fallen in the water at a home in Harleton.

One-year-old Camp Peteet was playing with another child when he wandered close  to a small pond on the property. “An adult was watching two children, working in the yard and he got away,” said McCool.

Camp was rushed to Good Shepherd Medical Center in Longview and later airlifted to Children’s Medical Center in Dallas.

McCool said he is currently in stable condition. 

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