Moose Jaw RCMP, EMS, and STARS were all on scene at Buffalo Pound Saturday evening after a reported drowning.

Around 7:30 pm on July 28th, first responders arrivered after it was reported a 35 year old Regina area man attending a family gathering at the beach area at the local provincial park had entered the water and began struggling.

A bystander attempted a rescue and brought the man to shore where CPR was administered by mulitple people, including RCMP members. STARS arrived on scene and pronounce the male deceased.

The Moose Jaw RCMP extends their gratitude to those who assisted with the rescue/CPR efforts.


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