Man feared dead after 30m waterfall jump on B&M-8

Man feared dead after 30m waterfall jump on B&M-8

The body of a man has been found floating in the waterfall off Cwmbran, Co Wexford, offic우리카지노계열ials said.

A search operation was underway at Cwmbran’s Riverbank resort when the body was found at around 4pm, officials said.

They were trying to reach the person alive today.

The man was said to be wearing a pair of brown leggings, which were tied around his waist and his hands were held to his body by a rope.

He suffered head wounds and died of hypothermia, police said.

The investigation is ongoing.

Detective Superintendent Martin Mulligan of Cwmbran Police said: “We are treating this as unexplained death.”

‘It’s tragic’

Paul Connolly, who works at the Riverbank Resort, said: “This is not바카라 게임 the place for a man to fall down that waterfall and it’s tragic that a body is lying here.”

Image copyright Cwmbran/NWR Image caption Paul Connolly works in the resort where the man died

The waterfall is known for its falls and it was the site of one of the country’s heaviest fallings in 2011 when a man had been decapitated.

Mr Connolly said he had been looking out to the car park for a group of men to use at the weekend and went off when there were no more footprints.

He said he could see some of the bodies there and the remains of th포커e man, who may have died before he got there.

The bodies were discovered in a shallow body of water in the park at around 6.20pm on Monday.

Det Ch Insp Michael McNeill said the body had been lowered into a shallow stream and the body was presumed to have been pushed down towards a pond or a stream after it fell from the cliff above.

“We’re extremely sad to hear about this,” he said.