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A young man dies when the hole he was digging on a beach with his sister in New Jersey sinks


Another 13-year-old boy was buried in sand in a Utah park while digging a tunnel. These activities have claimed more lives in recent years.

An 18-year-old man was killed when the hole he was digging with his sister on a New Jersey beach collapsed this morning, engulfing them both in sand.

The young woman was rescued.

Levy Caverley, of Maine, died in Toms River shortly after 4 p.m., police said.

His 17-year-old sister was rescued and treated at the scene, according to NBC News.

The accident occurred on a sea beach on a large island off the coast of New Jersey, Toms River police said.

The youths

were digging a large hole in the sand when it collapsed and buried them,

police said.

The brothers and their family were visiting and had spent the day at the beach. An aerial video shows the efforts of rescue teams, who used boards and buckets to try to reach them.

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A 13-year-old boy dies buried in sand

Another 13-year-old boy was killed in Utah this weekend when the hole he was digging in a sand dune at a state park

collapsed and buried him,

local authorities said Monday.

The boy had been digging a tunnel in the dune at Pink Coral Dunes State Park in southern Utah, but it collapsed on Saturday night, The Associated Press news agency reported, citing park rangers. natural.

Pink Coral Dunes State Park in Utah. Education Images / Universal Images Group via Getty

Forest rangers, alerted by a family member, tried to pull the boy out from under a mountain of about 6 1/2 feet (2 meters) of sand.

The boy was taken to a hospital alive but died Sunday after failing to regain brain activity, according to the Utah Department of State Parks.

[The woman whose voice was heard in the rubble of the Surfside condo collapse is identified.]

The boy, identified as Ian Spendlove, was from Santa Clara, a small town about 65 miles from the state park.

The guards assure that the collapse was very fast and they do not know how long the minor was buried.

Devan Chavez, a spokesman for the parks agency, said he was not aware of any similar incidents there, but recommended precautionary measures: “Always play with a partner or someone who can help you or go get help.

And always tell someone who is far from the area so they know where you are going and what your plan is.”

In 2012, a teenager died after becoming trapped under a sand dune in Snow Canyon State Park, 50 miles to the northwest.

In 2014, a 9-year-old girl died on a beach in Oregon and a man in California in sand-pit collapses.

Source: telemundo

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