Bode Miller's neighbor desperately tried to save his daughter:

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The neighbor heard desperately trying to save the life of Bode Miller's drowning daughter during a frantic 911 call is a close friend of the Olympic skier who helped raise $70,000 for a kids' charity, DailyMail.com can reveal.Greek restaurateur Perry Valaskantjis was heard saying 'come on baby' as he gave rescue breaths to 19-month-old Emeline Grier Miller seconds after her lifeless body was pulled out of a swimming pool.In the 911 call, obtained by DailyMail.com, Perry is also heard saying: 'I have a small pulse, I need an oxygen machine like now.'The woman who made the call and was receiving instructions from an emergency operator is heard saying: 'Keep going Perry.'But as little Emeline slipped away, Perry, 37, is heard saying, 'She's stiffening up on me...come on baby.'A group of three to four people can be heard on the call, with one person noting that Emeline had been underwater for a 'couple of minutes' when they found her.    The group was still working on Emeline when sirens could be heard in the background, signaling the arrival of the fire department.Emeline was rushed to nearby Mission Hospital before passing away on Sunday night, with paramedics unable to revive the infant.Now DailyMail.com has learned that the pool Emeline fell into was on the luxury property owned by businessman Perry and his attorney wife Christy.The couple live next door to the Millers in the exclusive Coto de Caza gated community in Orange County, California and it's believed they were hosting a party when tragedy struck.  A spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff's Department told DailyMail.com that the death is still under investigation at this time.Miller's wife Morgan Beck, 31, had taken Emeline with her to Perry's home, when the child wandered off at one point, according to Captain Tony Bommarito of the Orange County Fire Authority.When Beck and another woman went to go look for her, they discovered the child's body in the pool.Beck immediately jumped in to get the girl, and once she was back on dry land multiple people tried to resuscitate her with no luck.  She drowned in what authorities have described as a 'tragic accident'.The swimming pool is situated behind the Valaskantjis's $2.5million five-bedroom house overlooking the Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club golf course.And in a cruel irony, photos have emerged of Bode, 40, standing by the pool with close friend Perry at a fundraiser for a kids' charity the businessman hosted last year.  Bode attended a cocktail party and champagne reception at the home in November.According to the Coto de Caza News, the event - part of a two-day tennis fundraiser - had live music and live and silent auctions, raising more than $70,000 for Miracles for Kids - an organization that offers financial support and hope to families whose children are facing life-threatening illness.At the event Perry, who co-owns Tom's Famous Family Restaurant with two of his brothers, told the Coto de Caza News: 'The real winners here are t
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