A BRITISH toddler has been rushed to intensive care in hospital after almost drowning in a swimming pool in Ibiza.
The three-year-old boy was pulled from his hotel pool by a hero lifeguard in the Spanish beach resort of Es Canar close to Santa Eulalia.
Police were scrambled to the scene on the eastern coast of Ibiza at around 5.30pm local time on Sunday to find emergency crews already treating the child.
He was rushed to a private clinic where his condition was described by hospital sources as "stable", noudiari.es reports.
The clinic is the same one where a 21-year-old Brit is being treated after plunging from a second-floor hotel balcony last week.
He was rushed to the Nuestra Senora del Rosario clinic with head injuries where he remains in intensive care.
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According to local reports, the man had been trying to leap between balconies when he fell.
The horror fall happened at the adult-only Jet Apartments.
Cops said investigations into the incident are ongoing.
The complex was also the site of tragedy in August 2017 after 28-year-old Carl Shepherd fell to his death from a third-floor balcony.
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It was reported afterwards he had fallen asleep on a ledge between the terrace of the apartment he was in and a neighbouring apartment when the fatal plunge took place at around 5.30am.
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