MADISON, Wisconsin – An Illinois man died over the weekend after collaborating in a swimming competitors in Lake Monona.
In accordance with the Dane County Coroner’s Workplace, the 51-year-old needed to be faraway from the water, for an unspecified cause, throughout the Big Swell swimming competition on Saturday. He was taken to an area hospital the place he later died.
The coroner recognized the person as Michael J. Hahn of Rochelle, Illinois.
The Large Swell Swim Race is a 1.2 or 2.four mile race alongside the northwestern shore of Lake Monona close to downtown Madison. The race began at Legislation Park round 9am
Authorities haven’t stated how Rochelle died, however additional checks are underway. The person’s dying is underneath investigation by the Madison Police Division and the Dane County Coroner’s Workplace.
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