One dead, two others hospitalized after three separate incidents at Canyon Lake.

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Texas Parks and Wildlife is confirming the drowning death of a 50 year old man at Canyon Lake.

It happened at around 4:30 P.M. Sunday.

The man was with some friends who tell officials he didn’t know how to swim so he put on a floatation device before entering the water from a boat.

His friends spotted him floating face down and pulled him from the water.

Game Wardens arrived and began CPR on the man but he was eventually pronounced dead at the scene.

His name hasn’t been released.

Officials are also confirming two other incidents at Canyon Lake form this past weekend.

One involved a woman who was pulled from the water at Comal Park Saturday afternoon.

A Constable performed CPR until an ambulance arrived. She did regain a pulse but an update on her condition isn’t available.

A third incident took place Sunday evening when a man jumped in the water to assist another person. He reportedly became fatigued while trying to swim to shore and started going under.

A pontoon boat was nearby. The people onboard pulled the man out of the water and brought him to a waiting ambulance at a boat ramp. He’s reportedly in serious condition.



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