Water death victim identified
The 53-year-old man who died after falling in the water on North Shore earlier this week was last night identified by police as Wyman Minks.
The Bermuda Police Service said that foul play was not suspected and a cause of death was still to be determined.
Mr Minks was found floating face down in the sea off the Railway Trail along North Shore Road in Hamilton Parish around 11am on Thursday.
He was rushed to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, but later pronounced dead by doctors.
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