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ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA) -

CBS Atlanta News has learned that Usher's son is out of the hospital.

In fact, his son returned to school on Monday.

Just a week ago, his arm got stuck in a swimming pool drain.

Two contractors working at Usher's home jumped in to save him. Usher's aunt was watching the children when it happened.

Usher and Tameka Raymond will be back in court Aug. 27 for a custody modification hearing.

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