Spring, Texas – June 25, 2018: A lifeguard is being praised after saving a young girl from drowning in a neighborhood swimming on Saturday.
The incident took place at the Forest Oaks Park subdivision pool operated by Harris County WCID #110. Officials tell us that all of the lifeguards at Forest Oaks Park are hired and trained directly by the water control and improvement district.
“WOW! AWESOME JOB by our Lead & Lifeguard Instructor Charlie Miller, who had an active save this past Saturday at the pool. The little girl went active immediately after water entry from the slide and Charlie took immediate action to pull her to safety!” – Jody Dellinger, District Manager
According to the District, Miller was already being awarded “Lifeguard of The Week” prior to this save.
About Harris County WCID #110: Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 110 (HCWCID110) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas governed by a Board of Directors. The District provides water and sewer services to its residents. HCWCID110 includes the subdivisions of Enchanted Oaks, Cypress Forest Lakes, Cypress Forest Estates, Cypress Estates, Lakes of Cypress Forest, Spring Park Village, Cypresswood Lake, and Kings Village. It also includes the commercial development along I-45 and Holzwarth and some commercial development along the eastside of I-45.
HCWCID110 also provides parks and recreational services, and owns and operates the Forest Oaks Swim and Racquet Club & Forest Oaks Park.