LOS ANGELES - A person died Monday of possible drowning at the Port of Los Angeles, but no foul play was suspected.
Authorities were sent to Berth 202 about 5:20 a.m. on a call for medical aid and pronounced the person dead, according to Los Angeles port police.
A resident in the area told FOX 11 that she was called by a friend around 5 a.m. to help her friend search for his dad because they believed he fell in the water but couldn't locate him.
As they were searching the water around The California Yacht Marina - Wilmington, they located the man face-down in the water.
The resident said the man used a walker and believes he might have tripped.
Information on the identity of the person was not immediately available. The circumstances of the death were under investigation.
CNS contributed to this report.