A man from Texas who was rushed to a hospital with life-threatening injuries during a hospital lockdown after he fell into a lake while attempting CPR is now recovering in the hospital.
Chadwick Boseman, 33, was transported to Sarasota Memorial Hospital on Saturday after he was pronounced dead.
He had been at a friend’s house near Interstate 15 and US-40.
The incident happened around 6:40 p.m. on Saturday, March 15, when Bosemans wife, Brittany, was visiting her mother in the nearby city of Dallas, the Dallas Morning News reported.
Boseman had been out drinking with friends and was not expected to make it back to his home in Dallas, said his brother, Kevin Bosemen.
His mother said that while she was at work, Bosemann told her about the situation, and asked her to come home.
The two went to Boses house and Brittany called 911, the news report said.
Boremans family had to drive from Austin, Texas, to Dallas, to make the trip.
His mother called Bosemens family and they told her they needed to drive in the car.
She called police, who arrived and found Bosemans body floating in a lake.
Bose was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The accident happened in a residential area of Sarasotas, about an hour south of Dallas.
It was one of two such incidents this year, according to the news reports.
Sarasotawas police were investigating and have no suspects, according the news service.
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