Bode Miller: US Olympic skier’s daughter drowns

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Bode Miller with daughter Emmy in Feb final year. The skiing universe has been expressing a sympathy

The 19-month-old daughter of former US Olympic skier Bode Miller has died after descending into a swimming pool.

Emmy Miller was found comatose during a neighbour’s home in Orange County, southern California, and doctors were incompetent to revitalise her.

In a matter posted on Instagram, Mr Miller pronounced he and his family were “beyond devastated”.

Mr Miller is a many successful skier in US history, with 6 Olympic medals including bullion during a 2010 Games.

The 40-year-old and his mother Morgan, a veteran beach volleyball player, were during a celebration on Saturday night when a occurrence happened.

Their daughter somehow got divided and was found in a pool by Mrs Miller, who jumped in and attempted to cure her, internal authorities told ABC.

Paramedics took a baby lady to sanatorium though could not save her.

“Never in a million years did we consider we would knowledge a pain like this. Her love, her light, her suggestion will never be forgotten,” Mr Miller wrote.

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We are over devastated. Our baby girl, Emmy, upheld divided yesterday. Never in a million years did we consider we would knowledge a pain like this. Her love, her light, her suggestion will never be forgotten. Our small lady desired life and lived it to it’s fullest everyday. Our family respectfully requests remoteness during this unpleasant time.

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The span have a son and are awaiting a third child.

The skiing universe has been expressing a sympathy.

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