22-Year-Old Woman Who Died in Drowning at Nahant Pool Identified

Nahant police were called to the Cary Street Club around 3 p.m. Tuesday

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A 22-year-old woman who died after an apparent drowning at a pool in Nahant, Massachusetts, on Tuesday has been identified.

Nahant police and fire officials responded to the Cary Street Club around 3 p.m. Tuesday after receiving a 911 call about an unresponsive woman.



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The woman, who was identified Wedneday as Elke Noblesse, was taken to Salem Hospital where she was pronounced dead, Police Chief Timothy Furlong said. Foul play is not suspected.

Noblesse was originally from the Netherlands but was living in Nahant.

At least two police vehicles were seen parked out front of the club located at 89 Summer Street, where a sign on the property reads "members only."

The Essex District Attorney's Office said the incident remains under investigation, and the cause and manner of Noblesse's death will be determined by the chief medical examiner's office.

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