Olympic skier Bode Miller's toddler daughter drowns in pool
Los Angeles (AP) - The 19-month-old daughter of US Olympic skier Bod Miller drowned in Southern California
pool, officials said on Monday.
Amelin Miller died Sunday at an Orange County hospital, the day the fury failed unsuccessfully to resuscitate him
after the drowning incident.
Miller said in an Instagram post: "We are beyond destruction, which showed many images of a blonde, blue eyes, rosy-cheeked baby.
her mother Morgan, because she had said repeatedly, "Hi Dada."
One picture showed him covered in a bathtub in one vein and the other showed him smiling because he pushed them
doll of the two children in a pink stroller on a road with large houses in the background.
his soul will never be forgotten, our little girl likes life and she wins it every day in its entirety."
The spokeswoman for Orange County Sheriff Carrie Brown said the death was under investigation.
The paramedics were called by a house at the top of Coto de Caza before 6:30 a.m. On Saturday,
said Captain Tony Bowermito of the Orange County Fire Authority.
Bowermito said he made an unsuccessful attempt to reinstate the girl and moved her to an emergency room.
Bowermito said: "They did not have full pulses." "It did not end well."
U.S. The ski and snowboard team expressed their condolences to Miller and his family.
the most decorated men are the USA. UU Skiers, including Gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games in the superset.
claiming he had participated in the World Cup ceremony while drunk on the night before the party.
Miller, who has three other children, sought privacy for the family in her Instagram post.
Associated Press writer John Rogers contributed to this story.