On June 15, 4-year-old Vicente Cardenas drowned while at Roosevelt pool with a camp group from Glenview-based
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The child care center sent home a letter to parents Aug. 31 addressing the finalized report and extending their sympathies to the Cardenas family. 4-Year-Old Vicente drowned while under Wesley’s supervision on a field trip to Roosevelt Pool June 15.
The Glenview Police Department has concluded their two-month investigation into the drowning Vicente Cardenas and has not filed any criminal charges. Cardenas, a 4-year-old camper, was on a field trip to Roosevelt Pool with Wesley Child Care June 15.
Following the June 15 drowning of 4-year-old Vicente Cardenas, the Glenview Police Department has released their report of the investigation. Here, Vicente’s uncle shares the Cardenas family’s reaction to the ‘easily prevented’ tragedy in a letter to the editor.
Following the drowning of 4-year-old Vicente Cardenas earlier this summer, one Wesley Child Care Center parent urges others to share information about the day care center and their experiences with the Department of Child and Family Services.
The Cardenas family continues to look for answers following the drowning death of 4-year-old Vicente at Roosevelt Pool June 15. Still 'in the dark' about how and why Vicente was left unattended while with a child care center, Vicente's uncle Val Gurvits asks readers for information.
Center responds to the tragic death of a 4-year-old at Roosevelt Pool and specifies programming changes planned for the rest of summer.
Beginning June 27, Park District campers may return to pools, officials announced Friday. In an effort to reduce the number of swimmers while the Park District continues to review policies, suspension of all non-district camps will extend for the rest of the 2012 season.
One week after the accidental drowning of 4-year-old Vicente Cardenas at Glenview’s Roosevelt Pool, community members continue to mourn.
An investigation into the drowning death of 4-year-old Vicente Cardenas is still active, police announced this afternoon. On Tuesday, police said the case had been closed.
Vicente Cardenas' uncle speaks to Patch about the family's tragic loss. Glenview Police have completed their investigation and until further notice, the Glenview Park District has suspended use of Roosevelt and Flick pools for all camps.
The 4-year-old camper died Friday—just five days shy of his birthday—following an accidental drowning at the Park District’s Roosevelt Pool. Cardenas was on a trip with Glenview-based Wesley Child Care. Vicente's tragic and untimely death has struck a chord with Glenview parents who have left dozens of comments on Patch’s message boards.
Following Friday’s tragic drowning death of 4-year-old Vicente Cardenas in Glenview, Roosevelt Pool reopened Monday at noon. Park District officials have announced that until further notice, all camps are suspended from pool use.
Public safety officials continue to investigate the death of 4-year-old Vicente Cardenas. The victim was one of 19 children on a trip to Roosevelt Pool with Glenview-based Wesley Child Care Center.
After lifeguards pulled Vicente Cardenas from Roosevelt Pool Friday afternoon, they administered CPR to the unresponsive boy until paramedics arrived. Cardenas died at Glenbrook Hospital shortly after.
Following the accidental drowning of 4-year-old Vicente Cardenas at Glenview’s Roosevelt Pool June 15, local guards share safety tips. Roosevelt Pool staff are still recovering from the tragedy, Park District Executive Director Chuck Balling told Patch.