20-year-old man critically injured after tubing accident on the Spokane River near Greene Street in Spokane, Washington
20-year-old resuscitated, in critical condition after rescue from Spokane River on Sunday
Xenon Berkeley, a public information officer for the Spokane Police Department, said they received a 911 call just before 1 p.m. regarding a possible water rescue. The caller, who was a bystander walking along the river, reported seeing two people in the water frantically calling for help and an unresponsive man underneath the Greene Street bridge.
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