Man dies in Fort Rucker - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Man dies in Fort Rucker

FORT RUCKER, AL (WSFA) - Officials at Fort Rucker confirmed to WSFA 12 News that a man has died on base though it was not immediately known why.

The man was found unresponsive in the Andrews Physical Fitness Center around 11:30am Wednesday. CPR was given by emergency personnel, but the man never regained consciousness.

Officials said foul play was not suspected and the man's identity was not immediately known.

An investigation is underway.

WSFA 12 News will have more information as it becomes available.

 

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