Californian man dies during North Wall dive

| 08/12/2009

(CNS): The police said this morning that they have begun investigations into the death of 55-year-old diver who reportedly pass away yesterday, Monday 7 December, following an organised diving trip on the North Wall. Police were told at around 11:20am that the man who was on vacation with his wife from California US had become unwell and then lost consciousness during the dive. The RCIPS Marine Unit attended the location and staff from both the Marine Unit and Resort Sports undertook CPR.

The diver was conveyed by the RCIPS Marine Unit to the nearby Yacht Club and he was then transported by ambulance to Georgetown Hospital where he was found to be dead on arrival. Police said that investigations into the death are ongoing.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    I think they should put an age limit on this. No one over the age of 47/48. Maybe this will limit the amount of tourist death from diving in the cayman islands. So far all I’ve heard It’s older persons in their late 40’s and older that are dying and that’s terrible!

  3. anonymous says:

     This is very Sad Sorry for the Family.