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Man Dies After Canal Boat Sinks In Droitwich Lock
A man's died after a canal boat sank going through a lock in Droitwich.
"An elderly woman who had managed to get off the narrow boat was assessed by ambulance staff but was found to be uninjured and was left with police officers."
West Mercia Police released the following statement:
"West Mercia Police along with colleagues from Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue and West Midlands Ambulance attended an incident at Worcester and Birmingham canal near to Droitwich Ruby Club. We were called at approximately 11:30am yesterday (Monday 25 July) after concerns were raised for the safety of a man in a boat.
"Ambulance crew provided treatment, however the man in his forties sadly died at the scene. Another man and a woman who were also on the boat received precautionary treatment.
"The man's next of kin have been informed."
Friends of Mr Green, who was aged in his 40s, said he had lived at a mooring in nearby Droitwich for several years.
His narrowboat, named Sonskit, was removed from the five-year-old lock on Tuesday before being towed to a nearby marina.
Inquiries into the incident may focus on whether part of the 50ft boat, possibly its tiller, became wedged in part of the lock after it was pushed backwards by incoming water.
Speaking after the boat was drained and re-floated by salvage experts, the head rescue coordinator for the River Canal Rescue organisation, Pete Barnett, said the boat probably sank within two minutes.
Asked what caused the accident, Mr Barnett said: "That's down to a full investigation but in my opinion something has got jammed, held the boat down and filled it with water.
"As far as I know the gentleman was very experienced and had lived on the boat for quite a few years.''
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