COWETA COUNTY, Ga. - A North Georgia man died Saturday night after suffering cardiac arrest at a haunted house attraction in Coweta County, according to multiple reports.
Scroll down to continue reading
- He stopped a massive fraud, but this officer says pink shoes kept him from promotion
- Early snow falls in greater Seattle area, North Sound
- PHOTOS: Snow falls in parts of Seattle, Western Washington
- Error results in hundreds of City Light customers getting massive bills for unpaid electricity
- Daylight saving time 2017: When do we set our clocks back?
Workers used a defibrillator on the 50-year-old man, who is from Ellijay, Georgia, before he was taken to Piedmont Newnan Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
The attraction is described as “54,000 square feet of horror entertainment,” according to its Facebook page.
Allyn Glover, owner of the attraction, issued a statement to the AJC.
“On Saturday, October 28th, 13 Stories management was notified of a person needing medical attention. The man had just completed all three attractions and was preparing to exit the facility when he appeared to be in duress.
“One of our team members, also a trained first responder, immediately assessed his condition and began CPR. Simultaneously, Coweta County EMS was called and responded quickly and professionally.
“We later learned that he had passed away. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this difficult time.”
The man’s identity has not been released, coroner Richard Hawk said.
© 2018 Cox Media Group.