MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office is reminding parents and guardians to make sure that their children wear personal flotation devices near or in water after a 4-year-old nearly drowned Tuesday evening.

According to the sheriff’s office, deputies responded at 7:20 p.m. to a call regarding a 4-year-old pulled out of Shamineau Lake and CPR being performed. When they arrived, the female child was conscious and alert.

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The sheriff’s office says the girl was playing near the water with other siblings when she fell off the end of a dock. Her father told authorities that he heard other children yelling and saw his daughter face down in the water without a personal flotation device.

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The female victim was airlifted to Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis where, according to her family, she is supposed to make a full recovery.

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The sheriff’s office is also reminding parents and guardians to constantly supervise children who are near or in any body of water.