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Man Pulled From Inner Harbour In Critical Condition

Source: Owen Sound Police
Date: Wed May 8 05:00:36 MST 2019

On Tuesday night just before 10:00p.m., a 48 year old Owen Sound resident went into the water along the east harbour wall in the 1600 block. Members of the Owen Sound Fire Service and Owen Sound Police Service were able to pull the man from the water and perform CPR. Grey County Paramedics attended, continued with life saving techniques and transported the male to Grey Bruce Health Services where he remains in critical condition.

Police request that anyone having information about this incident contact Detective Constable Chris Hartley #142 at (519) 376-1234 extension 142 or chartley@owensoundpolice.com. Alternatively citizens can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or submit a secure web-tip through Crime Stoppers at www.cstip.ca.

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