Swimmer dies at green glades beach after catching fire
By: Andrew Wiser, News10.com Staff Writer
Monday, January 21, 2015 – 7:42 am
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin man drowned Sunday when he caught on fire as a plastic bottle was pushed down the beach and into him as he was diving at Green Bay’s famed Olympic Green.
The death of 35-year-old Anthony Wilson is under investigation, with Green Bay 바카라사이트police saying it happened near the end of a daylong swim at a beach at the Olympic Village, a private golf course and golf course.
Wilson died later in the emergency room.
An emergency call at about 7:30 a.m. Sunday was not immediately answered by the emergency service. The incident wasn’t immediately apparent.
The water, which normally is a slow-moving, blue gusher, began to turn green, as if it were going to flow off and get swept away.
When an hour and a half later,바카라 it stopped suddenly, like it could suddenly boil away.
The water stopped flowing and the temperature rose.
A plastic bottle was pushed in front of the victim’s head as Wilson dove.
The bottle, which appeared to have a glass inside it, was thrown onto the beach. The bottle filled with fire.
Wilson was still wearing a helmet when he reached the sand. His arm was bruised. His family declined to comment.
The 예스카지노cause of death will be reported Sunday evening.
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