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(KSL News) -- A close call for a West Valley baby ended happily today.
Officers say the six-month-old girl nearly drowned when she was left unattended for a split-second in the tub.
The baby was given C-P-R before the medics arrived. When they arrived the baby was unresponsive and pale but they were able to revive her.
She was taken to the hospital but was smiling at officers on the way.