On Tuesday, an 18-year-old boy and his 17-year-old sister were murdered after they were caught in a sand fall at a beach in Ocean County, New Jersey. The authorities were able to save his sister.
Around 4 p.m. on May 17, the Maine siblings were stuck between Seaview Road and Chadwick Beach on Toms River’s barrier island. They’d spent the day with the rest of their family at the beach.
According to NBC New York, the adolescents were using frisbees to dig a 10-foot hole in the sand when it collapsed on both of them.
After the sand crumbled on top of him and his sister, Levy Caverley died of his injuries, but authorities investigated. you can see all information in the video!! don’t forget it.
According to Toms River police, the siblings “were apparently excavating a massive hole when it collapsed and imprisoned both of them.” “Emergency services from neighboring towns also arrived to aid with the rescue operations.”
The sand collapse occurred just two years after a similar occurrence in New Jersey. According to NJ.com, an eight-year-old kid was also caught in a sand fall in Belmar in July 2020 but was freed in time.
A 12-year-old youngster was rushed to the hospital in August 2015 after being rescued from a sand fall on the beach in Surf City. The girl was rescued by emergency medical professionals.