Bode Miller and his wife are "beyond devastated" over the loss of their 19-month-old daughter, Emeline. The couple shared the tragic news in an Instagram post on Monday (June 11) after their daughter's drowning on Sunday (June 10). The post included pictures of Emeline, along with a video with the toddler repeating the words, "hi dada."

Bode's wife Morgan Beck, who is a professional beach volleyball player, also wrote on that post how they couldn't imagine ever experiencing "pain like this," according to USA Today. They also conveyed how they are "beyond devastated" from their loss of their child and asked that people respect their privacy as they mourn the loss of their little girl.

Found unresponsive in the pool

The couple was at a friend's party on Sunday when Emeline somehow ended up in the pool, according to reports. The coroner from Orange County confirms Emeline Grier Miller passed away on Sunday in a hospital.

The couple shared their heartfelt words describing their daughter in their Instagram post. They wrote: "Her love, her light, her spirit will never be forgotten. Our little girl loved life and lived it to its fullest everyday."

Unable to resuscitate toddler

TMZ reports the paramedics rushed to the 911 call and immediately performed CPR on the little girl, but they were unable to resuscitate the toddler.

According to USA Today, Emeline was named after Bode's grandmother, was the youngest of the couple's two children.

Morgan is pregnant with their third baby together. Bode and Morgan also have a three-year-old son. Bode has a 10-year-old daughter and a five-year-old son from previous relationships.

An outpouring of sadness from the masses

Bode, who is a gold medal Olympian, also worked for NBC Sports during this past February as a commentator for the winter games held in Pyeongchang.

The skiing community is among the many people who have shown an outpouring of condolences for Bode and his wife over their loss.

Lindsay Von was among the famous names from the skiing community who tweeted their condolences once learning about Bode and Morgan's tragic event. The governing body of US skiing expressed their "utmost sadness" in a tweet to the couple.

Nearly 10 people drown daily in this country

Little Emeline's drowning is not a rare occurrence as each and every day in this country nearly 10 people lose their lives from an unintentional drowning. These statistics are from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

According to Adam Katchmarchi, who is the president of the National Drowning Prevention Alliance, drowning can happen in as little as 20 to 60 seconds. Drowning is a "very quick and silent event," he added. Supervision of children when water is nearby is the key element to prevention, Katchmarchi conveyed.