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Coroner: Evansville Man Dies After Being Injured in Snowboarding Accident

A 32-year-old Evansville man died Thursday from injuries sustained in a snowboarding accident Monday, according to the Vanderburgh County Coroner.

Posted: Feb 19, 2021 10:29 AM
Updated: Feb 19, 2021 11:38 AM

An Evansville man died on Thursday after being injured in a snowboarding accident, according to the Vanderburgh County Coroner.

Vanderburgh County Coroner Steve Lockyears says 32-year-old Eric Daniel Gourieux of Evansville died Thursday at Deaconess Midtown after being injured in a snowboarding accident in Evansville three days earlier on Monday, Feb. 15.

According to Coroner Lockyear, the Evansville Police Department is investigating the circumstances surrounding the accident.

No further information has been released at this time.


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