Officials report teen dies in accidental drowning at Orlando marine-themed park

A tragic incident occurred at a marine-themed park in central Florida earlier this week, where a 13-year-old girl was found unresponsive. After careful investigation, authorities have determined that her cause of death was an accidental drowning.

A tragic incident unfolded at Discovery Cove, a popular marine park in Orlando, where visitors have the unique opportunity to swim with dolphins and tropical fish. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office reported that a young girl was discovered unconscious in a pool at the park and was rushed to the hospital. Unfortunately, despite the efforts of medical professionals, she was pronounced dead the following day.

SeaWorld Orlando is located next to a sprawling 58-acre (23-hectare) park.

The Orlando medical examiner’s office stated on Thursday that the cause of death was accidental drowning.

The theme park spokeswoman did not respond immediately to an email inquiring about the death.

Discovery Cove, previously known as SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc., is a well-known theme park owned by United Parks & Resorts Inc. In February, the company changed its corporate name. Alongside Discovery Cove, the company also owns other popular park brands such as SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, and Sesame Place.

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