An unidentified male maintenance worker was pinned in a pond by a large lawnmower and pronounced dead at the hospital after maintenance personnel performed CPR. This is the second drowning at the Plano, Texas golf course this summer, after police pulled a man from a large pond in June.
A lawn maintenance worker drowned on August 26 at The Courses at Watters Creek in Plano, Texas after he was pinned in a pond by a large lawnmower, the Dallas-Fort Worth (Texas)-based WFAA 8 reported.
Plano Fire-Rescue crews arrived at 8:20 a.m. to find lawn maintenance personnel performing CPR on the man, according to Plano Fire Captain Peggy Harrell.
According to the other employees, the man had last been seen a half-hour before he was found, WFAA 8 reported.
Fire personnel took the man to Medical Center of Plano where he was pronounced dead, WFAA 8 reported.
It was the second drowning reported this summer at a pond at The Courses at Watters Creek. In June, police pulled a man from a large pond on the course after homeowners called to report a man yelling for help, WFAA 8 reported.
Police will conduct an investigation into the drowning, WFAA 8 reported.
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