Crews pumped out a pond to find a missing two-year-old Langley girl. Doctors were unable to revive her.

Two-year-old Langley girl found dead in pond

Girl was last seen Saturday afternoon on family propery

Doctors were unable to revive a missing two-year-old girl who was found in a pond on her family’s five-acre property Saturday.

Langley RCMP, fire and search and rescue were called to the Robertson Crescent location around 3 p.m.  that day after the child was reported missing.

RCMP Sgt. Garth Huziak said the child was located after a pond on the property was pumped out.

She was rushed to Childrens’ Hospital in Vancouver where efforts to resuscitate her were unsuccessful.

The coroner’s service has taken over the investigation.

Sgt. Huziak said there was nothing to suggest foul play or anything criminal was involved in the death of the child.

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