911 call released in 2-year-old's drowning | News
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office released the 911 call Monday in the accidental drowning death of 2-year-old Jet Gonzales last Wednesday.
The boy's mother, Mendy Goznales, can be heard reporting that she is unable to find her son and that the front door of her home was wide open.
The dispatcher tells the mother four units have been displaced to the home and continues to take information, asking the the mother to check around the house to confirm the child is missing, which the mother can be heard doing.
Bloodhounds led investigators to a retention pond near the Gonzales home where Jet was found.
Emergency personnel with St. Johns County Fire Rescue transported Gonzales to Baptist Hospital while providing advanced life saving measures, St. Johns County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Catherine Payne said last week.
Despite the efforts of rescue personnel, Gonzales was pronounced deceased at the hospital.
Preliminary autopsy results indicated the drowning was accidental, according to Payne.
Because the investigation currently indicates the drowning was accidental, First Coast News is opting not to post the 911 call.