Man found floating unconscious in water dies at Cork hospital

Man found floating unconscious in water dies at Cork hospital

June 9 The man has been pronounced dead at Cork University Hospital.

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A 45-year-old man has been rushed to hospital after getting into difficulty in the water in Ballincollig Regional Park.

The man was swimming at the Park after 7pm this evening and vanished beneath the surface.

He was found floating unconscious about 15 minutes later.

Emergency services were alerted and carried out CPR at the scene, before he was rushed by HSE ambulance to Cork University Hospital, where medics are battling to save his life.


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