Lake George, NY – One in Critical Condition After Parasailing Accident
Posted on Sunday, June 16th, 2019 at 10:14 pm
Lake George, NY (June 16, 2019) – Police responded to the scene of a parasailing accident that led to injuries in one person who has since been identified.
The man, identified as 23-year-old Adrian Robels, was left in critical condition following the accident. who was parasailing with his 27-year-old sister. Police said that, while parasailing with his 27-year-old sister, Robels landed in the lake and stayed submerged underwater for an unknown amount of time.
Nearby boaters were in the area and saw the parasail fall toward the lake. Police attempted to conduct lifesaving measures and pulled Robels from the water.
Now, Robels remains in critical condition at the hospital.
The investigation into the incident continues at this time.
Parasailing Accidents in New York
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