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Durham pool drowning

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DURHAM, N.C. -
 A 7-year-old Goldsboro boy has died after being found in a Durham swimming pool.
    
Police said Jamarcus Graham was found floating face down in the pool Saturday afternoon.
    
A police spokeswoman said graham died Sunday morning at Duke University Hospital.
    
Police were called to the pool around 3 p.m. Saturday. Signs around the pool indicated there were no lifeguards on duty at the time. Police say the little boy was at the pool with a guardian attending a pool party when the accident happened.
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