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    A man has died in by what appears to be electrocution, in a Hastings swimming pool

    A man has died in by what appears to be electrocution, in a Hastings swimming pool


    A police spokeswoman says emergency services were called to a central city address about 1.30 yesterday, where the man was found dead.

    She says the initial report suggests the man was electrocuted in a pool.

    Inquiries are ongoing to determine the circumstances.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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