Fall River Pool
An inspector, who was fired for failing to notice a body at the bottom of a Fall River swimming pool, is back on the job.
The Fall River pool where a woman drowned last year reopens this weekend.
Two former DCR managers reached a plea deal to charges stemming from the investigation into the death of a 36-year-old woman at a cloudy public pool last year in Fall River.
The state plans to file criminal charges against two former DCR employees who were in charge of a state-run pool in Fall River where a woman drowned this summer.
Two men in charge of a DCR swimming pool in Fall River where a woman died over the summer will not face criminal charges, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Criminal charges are forthcoming in the drowning death of a woman at a public swimming pool in Fall River, the Bristol County District Attorney’s office announced Monday.
The Fall River pool where a woman died earlier this summer will remain closed for the rest of the summer.
Three people have lost their jobs after a body went unnoticed for more than two days at the bottom of a state-run swimming pool in Fall River last month.
The pool has been closed since the body of 36-year-old Marie Joseph was found floating on the surface.
Two Massachusetts health inspectors are scheduled to go before a disciplinary board to explain why they didn’t shut down a public pool where a woman’s body may have gone unnoticed for more than two days.