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SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities are investigating the death of a 2-year-old boy after his body was pulled from a pond at a mobile home park.

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New Jersey State Police were called to the Mobile Estates of Southampton on James Avenue around 11 a.m. after the child was reported missing by his mother.

Crews pulled 2-year-old Adam Reed from the pond and they tried CPR, but it was too late. The young boy was pronounced dead.

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“Our hearts go out to the family. It’s always a horrible thing when you have to respond to a child that’s hurt or injured or, in this case, unfortunately deceased,” said New Jersey State Police Sgt. Jeff Flynn.

“We saw a little boy in the lake and the state trooper pulled him out the lake, and non-stop CPR, pumping on his chest, and it didn’t look good. It was definitely the worst-case scenario,” said neighbor Richard Ellis Jr.

Officials have not yet said how the boy died.

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Family members are in contact with authorities. At this point, no one has been charged with a crime.