SAN MARCOS (July 30, 2014) An investigation was underway Wednesday after a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department employee collapsed and died while working in a confined space at a state fish hatchery in San Marcos.
Investigators say the man was in a chamber about 20 to 30 feet underground operating a gasoline-powered pump when he collapsed.
His name wasn’t immediately released.
The hatchery opened in 1949 and specializes in rearing fingerling fish for more than 300 Texas reservoirs.
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