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My cousin Robert was pushed into a pool. The pool was 6 feet Wide and 10 feet deep. The pool had soft walls. How did my Cousin Robert Emerge from the pool?

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We do not know if it's filled with water or not. It is a round pool. It is a ground pool.It has no lenght. Probably it is filled with water.
I was thinking if he could swim to the edge and swim out. Or swim to the radius and go to that edge of the pool and crawl out.
WHAT DO YOU THINK HELP QUICK AND FAST!!!

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