Boy, 3, dies two days after being found at the bottom of a pool at a Martha’s Vineyard country club

Boy, 3, dies two days after being found at the bottom of a $100,000 pool at Martha’s Vineyard country club

  • A three-year-old boy drowned in a pool at The Field Club on Martha’s Vineyard
  • The boy drowned Monday and succumbed to his injuries at a Boston hospital on Wednesday
  • Police, public prosecutor and coroner are investigating
  • The Field Club charges members $100,000 to use a multi-million dollar home on Martha’s Vineyard or requires ownership

A three-year-old boy has drowned in a Martha’s Vineyard country club pool that costs members $100,000 to use or need to own a multi-million dollar home.

The young child, who has not yet been identified, was removed from the pool at Edgartown’s Field Club on Monday and died at Boston Children’s Hospital on Wednesday, the Cape and Islands District Attorney said Friday.

Local and state police are investigating the matter, along with the DA’s Office and Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, but no charges have been filed.

DailyMail.com has left a message to The Field Club for comment.

A swimming pool at The Boathouse and Field Club on Martha’s Vineyard. It is unclear whether this is the pool where the child drowned

View of The Boathouse and Field Club's pool, which costs members $100,000 to use or requires members to own multi-million dollar property

View of The Boathouse and Field Club’s pool, which costs members $100,000 to use or requires members to own multi-million dollar property

An aerial view of The Boathouse and Field Club on Martha's Vineyard

An aerial view of The Boathouse and Field Club on Martha’s Vineyard

The Field Club on Martha’s Vineyard has quality amenities including the pool, racquet sports, fitness facilities and luxury homes.

Members pay $100,000 to use the amenities or they bought a Field Club home that sells for about $4 million.

The Field Club is affiliated with The Boathouse, a private island club offering fine dining, views of Edgartown’s historic harbor and access to yachts.

The Boathouse costs an additional $50,000 per year plus $8,000 in annual fees.

Located seven miles east of Cape Cod and just over 90 miles southeast of Boston, the island of Martha’s Vineyard is known for scenic views and a vacation spot for former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

Obama announced this week that he will be holding his 60th birthday party on the island.

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