SUNRISE (CBSMiami) — Twin toddlers who nearly drowned in a Sunrise pool last week, remain in critical condition.

According to the Sun Sentinel, police say  2-year old Jada and Henry Roman remain at Plantation General Hospital on Sunday.

READ MORE: Florida Board Of Education Approves Civic Curriculum Changes

On March 6, their limp bodies were pulled from the pool at the Springtree apartment complex at 3500 NW 85th Way.

READ MORE: Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty To All Counts In School Massacre

According to Sunrise police, the mother of the twins, Althea Bradford, called 911 to report the two children were floating in the pool. At the time, she did not know her children were the victims until moments after the first police officer and firefighter arrived and pulled the toddlers out.

Police said the children were under the care of a resident in the complex at the time they were found in the pool. It’s still not known how they ended up in the water.

MORE NEWS: 'We Want Him Dead, We Want Him Forgotten': Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz's Apology Falls Flat With Victims Families

According to the paper, an investigation into the incident continues.