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Alisa Adamova (photo), from St. Petersburg in Russia, was almost 15 minutes below the surface while other tourists desperately tried to free her from drowning

A 12-year-old girl died during her Turkish holiday after her arm was sucked into a pumping machine of a holiday hotel, leaving her submerged.

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Alisa Adamova, from St Petersburg in Russia, was almost 15 minutes below the surface when tourists – including her own father – desperately tried to free her from drowning on August 18.

Guests claim that hotel staff in the popular resort of Bodrum did not immediately turn off the powerful pump & # 39; because they could not find the switch & # 39 ;.

Alisa Adamova (photo), from St. Petersburg in Russia, was almost 15 minutes below the surface while other tourists desperately tried to free her from drowning

Alisa Adamova

Alisa Adamova

Alisa Adamova (photo), from St. Petersburg in Russia, was almost 15 minutes below the surface while other tourists desperately tried to free her from drowning

Guests claim that hotel staff at Sunhill Hotel (photo) & # 39; nothing helped & # 39; and the powerful pump did not immediately shut down & # 39; because they could not find the switch & # 39;

Guests claim that hotel staff at Sunhill Hotel (photo) & # 39; nothing helped & # 39; and the powerful pump did not immediately shut down & # 39; because they could not find the switch & # 39;

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Guests claim that hotel staff at Sunhill Hotel (photo) & # 39; nothing helped & # 39; and the powerful pump did not immediately shut down & # 39; because they could not find the switch & # 39;

Alisa was eventually pulled loose with a piece of the pump – which supplied water to a slide – still attached to her arm.

Holidaymakers then called an ambulance and gave Alisa mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

Her heart was finally restarted by paramedics, but she died 11 days after the horrific incident.

Russia demands that the guilty get the & # 39; punishment they deserve & # 39; amid concerns about polar security in Turkey.

Alisa was described as a strong swimmer, but her hand and arm were sucked into the pump after she came down the slide of the four-star Sunhill Hotel, where tourists say there was no lifeguard.

Finally Alisa (photo) was pulled loose with a piece of the pump - which carried water to a pool slide - still attached to her arm

Finally Alisa (photo) was pulled loose with a piece of the pump - which carried water to a pool slide - still attached to her arm

Holidaymakers then called an ambulance and gave Alisa mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
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Holidaymakers then called an ambulance and gave Alisa mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

Finally Alisa (photo) was pulled loose with a piece of the pump – which carried water to a pool slide – still attached to her arm

It took seven guests, including Alisa's father Andris (pictured with his daughter) to finally get her out of the pump

It took seven guests, including Alisa's father Andris (pictured with his daughter) to finally get her out of the pump

It took seven guests, including Alisa's father Andris (pictured with his daughter) to finally get her out of the pump

Alisa in a swimming pool

Alisa in a swimming pool

Alisa & # 39; s heart was finally restarted by paramedics, but she died 11 days after the horrific incident
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Alisa & # 39; s heart was finally restarted by paramedics, but she died 11 days after the horrific incident

Alisa & # 39; s heart was finally restarted by paramedics, but she died 11 days after the horrific incident. Pictured: Alisa in a swimming pool, left, and with a dog, right

It took seven guests, including Alisa's father Andris to finally get her out of the pump.

A Polish tourist named Tomasz Grushalski said: & # 39; We frantically called the hotel staff to turn the pump off, but none of the staff came to help. & # 39;

& # 39; Alisa & # 39; s right arm was stuck in the pipe and held it under water. It took ten minutes to turn the pump off and then it was still impossible to get her out first. & # 39;

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Alisa & # 39; s mother Natalya Adamova told Fontanka news agency: & # 39; Her father ducked and saw our child trapped under water.

& # 39; He tried to pull her out, but her hand was very strongly sucked into the pump pipe. He called for help. Other guests hurried to help.

Alisa (photo) was described as a strong swimmer, but her hand and arm were sucked into the pump after she came down the slide of the four-star Sunhill Hotel, where tourists say there was no lifeguard

Alisa (photo) was described as a strong swimmer, but her hand and arm were sucked into the pump after she came down the slide of the four-star Sunhill Hotel, where tourists say there was no lifeguard

Alisa (photo) was described as a strong swimmer, but her hand and arm were sucked into the pump after she came down the slide of the four-star Sunhill Hotel, where tourists say there was no lifeguard

Russian doctors flew to Turkey to help local doctors try to save Alisa (photo). Despite signs of improvement, her father announced that she had died

Russian doctors flew to Turkey to help local doctors try to save Alisa (photo). Despite signs of improvement, her father announced that she had died

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Russian doctors flew to Turkey to help local doctors try to save Alisa (photo). Despite signs of improvement, her father announced that she had died

& # 39; But even after hotel staff turned off the pump, they couldn't free her hand. Then he and seven other guests broke the pipe and Alisa pulled a pipe around her arm. & # 39;

Russian doctors flew to Turkey to help local doctors try to save Alisa.

Despite signs of improvement, her father announced that she had died.

"We know that life must go on, but we will never be the same again," he said and thanked Turkish and Russian people for their support.

The police are investigating the incident and three senior hotel staff have been ordered not to leave the country.

Alisa & # 39; s mother Natalya Adamova (in the photo with her daughter) told Fontanka news agency: & # 39; Her father ducked and saw our child flooded & # 39;

Alisa & # 39; s mother Natalya Adamova (in the photo with her daughter) told Fontanka news agency: & # 39; Her father ducked and saw our child flooded & # 39;

Alisa & # 39; s mother Natalya Adamova (in the photo with her daughter) told Fontanka news agency: & # 39; Her father ducked and saw our child flooded & # 39;

A Polish tourist named Tomasz Grushalski (photo) said: & # 39; We frantically called hotel staff to turn the pump off, but none of the staff came to help. & # 39;

A Polish tourist named Tomasz Grushalski (photo) said: & # 39; We frantically called hotel staff to turn the pump off, but none of the staff came to help. & # 39;

A Polish tourist named Tomasz Grushalski (photo) said: & # 39; We frantically called hotel staff to turn the pump off, but none of the staff came to help. & # 39;

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A Russian diplomat urged the Turkish authorities to act.

& # 39; We hope that the Turkish judiciary will establish the circle of people who are guilty of this tragedy, and that they will bear the punishment they deserve, & a spokesperson said.

A father who was staying at the hotel said: “They have to learn lessons from this terrible security breach. This pump was a fatal fall. & # 39;

Grushalski advised tourists not to go to this hotel due to the & # 39; incompetence & # 39; of staff who & # 39; tried to blame the mother & # 39 ;.

He said: & # 39; This journey will remain in our memory forever … due to a tragic event caused by the incompetence of hotel management.

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& # 39; My eight-year-old daughter, who has been through the event, still can't take it. & # 39;

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