Police Release Desperate 911 Call from Parents of Drowning Victim

By: Chris Brunner:

Coral Springs Police have released the 911 call that went out less than four minutes after Brandon St Onge slipped out of the rear slider of this home and drowned in the family pool.

On April 30, Jason St Onge was inside the home cooking dinner, while Viviane was watering plants in front of the house. When she came back to the pool area, she discovered their son Brandon, 3,  at the bottom of the pool along with this tricycle. The father jumped into the pool, pulled Brandon out and began CPR, while the mother is heard on the phone with 911.

Despite several minutes on the phone with the 911 operator, both parents were unable to revive Brandon until emergency rescue is heard in the background arriving.  He was later transported to Broward Health in Coral Springs where, according to police, he later died.

  • Tara Campbell

    The hearts of the moms in West Palm Beach are with these parents. We all have little children around the age of Brandon and it breaks our hearts to see something like this. No parent should ever have to bury their child.