Two 12-Year-Old Boys Called Heroes After Rescuing 4-Year-Old With Autism from Pond

The 4-year-old was later reunited with her family.

Two 12-year-old boys are being called heroes by authorities after they rescued a 4-year-old girl with autism from drowning in a Texas pond on Thursday.

According to reports, the boys, Markuise and Cameron, were riding their bikes when a 4-year-old, Melody, tried to swing on a limb and fell into the water.

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They boys then reportedly pulled the girl out of the water and ran to get help. Police were then called to the scene.

“The two 12 year-old boys who saved this girl are heroes in the eyes of RFPD. Thank you for your quick action,” Roman Forest Police wrote on their Facebook page.

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Melody was reunited with her family at the hospital later that evening, police said.

“4 year old girl is okay. No charges will be filed at this time pending a complete investigation," they wrote. "Mother and child have been reunited.”

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