Man dies after being pulled from pool on North Coast

UPDATE 1.45pm: POLICE from Tweed Byron Local Area Command have confirmed that a man who was pulled out of water at Byron Bay this morning has died at the scene. 

Originally it was believed the man had been pulled from the water at a local beach, however police confirmed the man had been pulled from a pool.

 

UPDATE 12.05pm: NSW Ambulance Service have confirmed they are still on scene treating the man.

 

TUESDAY 11.37am: NSW Ambulance have been called out to Marvell St in Byron Bay to reports of a person in distress who had been rescued from the water.

A spokesperson from the Ambulance Service confirmed paramedics were called just after 11.15am this morning.

It is believed paramedics are conducting CPR on the man who is in his 60s.



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