The sufferer’s caretaker stated she was inside cleansing when she realized his wheelchair had one way or the other rolled into the pool.
HOUSTON — Houston police are investigating the heartbreaking case of an aged man who practically drowned when his wheelchair rolled into his pool in west Houston.
The sufferer’s caretaker stated she moved 77-year-old Horace Pierson into the yard of his west Houston residence so he might eat lunch in the pool space.
She stated she was inside cleansing when she realized Pierson’s wheelchair had one way or the other rolled into the pool.
The caretaker advised police she ran outdoors and pulled Pierson’s head above water whereas calling for assist.
A neighbor heard her screaming and rushed over to tug Pierson out of the pool and start performing CPR.
Pierson was rushed by ambulance to the hospital in vital situation.
It occurred Wednesday round 2:45 p.m. in the 11700 block of Highgrove Drive near South Kirkwood.
Investigators say there are not any early indicators of foul play, however the HPD Major Assault & Family Violence Division is wanting into it.
Anyone with info in this case is urged to contact the HPD Major Assaults & Family Violence Division at 713-308-8800 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).