• May 22, 2017

Man Killed in San Antonio, TX, River Walk Drowning Accident

San Antonio, TX -- May 21, 2017, a man was found dead as the result of an accident where he somehow fell and drowned on the River Walk.

Officials from the San Antonio Police Department were called out to the accident scene at around 10:30 p.m. The victim was found in the river just off of St. Mary's Street.

The man, said to be 61 years old, was found off the river walk unresponsive. Emergency services were called to the scene and extracted him from the water. Life-saving efforts were given for approximately 25 minutes before the victim was transported to an area hospital. He was eventually pronounced dead due to drowning.

The exact factors surrounding the accident are still unclear. Authorities did not mention any particular factors contributing to the incident at this time.

Investigations are ongoing.

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