The 7-year-old daughter of a New York investment banker died after a rogue wave kicked up by Hurricane Bill knocked her and her father into the ocean. The girl, Clio Axilrod, was visiting Acadia National Park with her parents, and she and her family were standing near a tourist platform that overlooks the water called Thunder Hole, which had been closed due to rough waves. About 20 people standing on the platform were hit by the wave, and at least three were dragged into the water. A total of 11 people were taken to the hospital, The Portland Press Herald reports. The girl's father is in intensive care in a Bangor hospital. He reportedly doted on Clio, who was adopted from China, and would have dived in to save her if he hadn't also been dragged in by the monster wave. Hurricane Bill passed 300 miles southeast of the area.