A health official said yesterday that a broken protective grating over a suction outlet caused a New Jersey girl to be pinned under 12 tons of pressure at the bottom of a hot tub, where she drowned. Because there was no shut-off switch nearby, the suction went on for several minutes, thwarting her would-be rescuers, the official said. The broken plastic grate was cited by the Monmouth County health officer, Lester Jargowsky, who inspected the tub where the year-old girl, Tanya Nickens, was trapped early Saturday in water three feet deep as a police officer and a lifeguard tried in vain to pull her free. Jargowsky said the broken grating, if it had been noticed in a routine inspection, would have been cause to close the hot tub at once. And a shut-off switch should have been near the tub whether required by state law or not, he said. Miss Nickens was under water for several minutes until a club employee reached a switch in the basement to turn off the bubbling action.
The three-minute video, which appears to have been taken at a staircase landing, shows her performing various sex acts with an unidentified man. The girl, whose face can be seen, appears to be a minor. She was wearing the uniform of an all-girls school. She said it would not be appropriate to make further comments as the police may be investigating the matter.
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