78-yr-old man found at bottom of his pool in Monroe County
Updated On: Jul 26 2013 08:13:22 PM CDT
An elderly man was found at the bottom of his pool in Monroe County Friday morning.
Monroe County coroner Bob Allen said the man was pronounced dead at his Hamilton Twp. home at 8:36 a.m.
Allen said the man had several medical issues and was found in the pool fully clothed.
A forensic autopsy will be conducted at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest in Salisbury Twp., Lehigh Co. Saturday morning to determine the cause and manner of death, Allen said.
The man's name is being withheld until his family can be notified.
Monroe County reports second swimming pool death in almost a week
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July 26, 2013
For the second time since last Saturday, an elderly man has been found dead in a residential swimming pool, this time in Hamilton Township.
According to initial reports received by the Monroe County Control Center, an elderly man was found dead this morning in a pool on Helen Street. The Monroe County Coroner’s Office was called to the scene.
It remains to be seen if the man’s death was caused by drowning, a medical issue or some other factor.
Autopsy results are still pending in the death last Saturday morning of Verlyn Landuyt, 76, whose son found him at the bottom of a half-covered above-ground pool in Polk Township, said Coroner Bob Allen.
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