The authorities declared that a man fell to his death on Wednesday aboard a vessel at the Port of Los Angeles (LA).
The LA Fire Department mentioned that he fell almost 50 feet from an upper deck to a lower one around 5 p.m.
The statement highlighted that paramedics tried to resuscitate the person but realized that he was beyond medical aid.
Source: KTLA 5/YouTube
It is not clear what led to the man’s fall.
The US Coast Guard has been informed that the incident will be supervised by the LA Port Police, per the fire department.
References: US News, AP News
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