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Teen rushed to hospital from swimming pool

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Prince Alfred Park Pool near Sydney’s Central station. Picture: Supplied

Paramedics have rushed a teenage girl to hospital after she suffered a medical episode at a Sydney pool.

A spokeswoman for NSW Ambulance said the incident was not a drowning or related to the pool.

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NSW paramedics raced to the pool just after 1.30pm. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Damian Shaw

Paramedics attended Prince Alfred Park Pool in Surry Hills just after 1.30pm on Tuesday and took the girl to St Vincent’s Hospital.

It is understood a school swimming carnival was taking place at the pool at the time of the episode.

The condition of the girl is not yet known.