Car in Arlington’s pool: man dies after rescue

It’s unclear what happened the moment the man’s car entered the pool.

Arlington, Texas — Updated at 8:23 pm with details of the death of a man from Arlington police.

According to Arlington police, the man experienced a “medical episode” and died after driving an SUV into the pool through a fence on Monday.

Earlier, the rescue team said they had taken the man safely.

It happened on Monday night in 1400 blocks of the Comanche Court.

According to the Arlington Fire Department, the man’s car passed through the fence and entered the pool. Arlington police said that when he experienced some sort of “medical episode,” a man was trying to park in front of his house and drove through a fence into the pool.

Officials said the fire brigade had to pull him out of the pool because he couldn’t get out of the car. First responders did CPR before taking him to a local hospital.

The man died in the hospital, police said.

According to police, the Tarrant County Medical Inspector’s Office will publish his name when notified to relatives to determine the man’s attitude and cause of death.

Other information, including the identity of the man, was not immediately available.


Car in Arlington’s pool: man dies after rescue

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