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A woman found unresponsive in a water attraction at a popular indoor water park is expected to be OK, according to fire officials.
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MASON, Ohio -- A woman found unresponsive in a water attraction at a popular indoor water park is expected to be OK, according to fire officials.
Medics were called to Great Wolf Lodge Water Park in Mason at about 11 a.m. Saturday for an unresponsive female.
An official from the Mason Fire Department said a lifeguard saw the woman "floating" and "not moving" in a pool. With the help of some of the guests, the lifeguard managed to pull the woman out of the pool and then started CPR.
The woman was transported to Bethesda North Hospital, according to Mason fire officials. They said she is expected to survive.
No other information is available at this time.