Army making progress in APG Super Pond death investigation

Aberdeen Proving Ground Army making progress in APG Super Pond death investigationUPDATE (12/13/13; 9:44 p.m. ET): Lazzaro’s death has been ruled accidental – click here for details.

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The Army says it is winding down its investigation into the January 30 death of civilian worker George Lazzaro Jr. during underwater maintenance at Aberdeen Proving Ground‘s so-called “Super Pond.”

A spokesperson with the Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center in Fort Rucker, Alabama said on Wednesday that officers at APG, which was established in 1917, will receive the details on the report before it is made available to the public.

Lazzaro was one of three divers who died in two separate incidents at the pond less than four weeks apart.

The U.S. Navy has also launched its own probe int the February 26 deaths of two Navy divers in the Super Pond.

An APG spokesperson says the pond will stay closed until all investigations have been completed.

 Army making progress in APG Super Pond death investigation
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