A Florida man passed away after a sand dune collapsed on him as he was recording a dawn from an ocean side on the Atlantic Coast, as per sheriff’s office.
The 35-year-old person was found dead Sunday on Hutchinson Island by somebody who spotted piece of his body sticking from the sand, the Martin County Sheriff’s Office said in a proclamation.
The sheriff’s office said in a proclamation Monday that specialists accept the man was recording the dawn and resting under a sand dune when it collapsed.
The man was known to record sunsets at the ocean side, as per the the sheriff. He was a citizen of Stuart, a close by city, the sheriff’s office informed.
Investigators think he died hours before he was found.
Undoubtedly two others have died this year in episodes having sand dunes collapse.
A 13-year-old teenager passed away in Utah in May after a tunnel he’d dug into a sand dune at a state park collapsed, and the same month, an 18-year-old died after a hole at a New Jersey beach collapsed.