CHICAGO (CBS) — Two children died this weekend in separate drownings in Lake Michigan.

Two others were rescued and hospitalized.

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There were three incidents on Saturday night. In one incident at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, a 9-year-old girl drowned off Zoo Beach in Racine, Wisconsin.

Five minutes afterward, a 17-year-old boy was also found 200 yards off North Beach in Racine and was hospitalized in critical condition.

In another incident at 9 p.m. Saturday, a young girl was found near Washington Park Beach in Michigan City, Indiana.

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The girl was swimming with two family members when a wave came along and pulled them all underwater. The other two swimmers were rescued, but the girl never resurfaced.

Her body was found by Michigan City Fire Department divers at 9:25 p.m. She was pronounced dead at Franciscan Health Michigan City shortly afterward.

At 1 p.m. Sunday, 14-year-old girl was also rescued from Washington Park Beach in Michigan City. Emergency personnel were called after the Dayton, Ohio girl was seen struggling in the water.

A jet-ski operator found the girl under the surface and alerted a Michigan city Fire Department diver. The girl was rescued and taken to Franciscan Health Michigan City, and then airlifted to South Bend Memorial Hospital.

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She was in critical, but stable condition.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff