NEWS BRIEF: Kitsap man dies on Larry Scott Trail; Brinnon Parks meeting scheduled

PORT TOWNSEND — A Kitsap County man died of natural causes while riding with friends on the Larry Scott Trail on Monday.

The 72-year-old man was with three people he was friends with since kindergarten, according to Julie St. Marie, who was acting Jefferson County coroner Tuesday.

The man’s name and hometown were not released.

East Jefferson Fire-Rescue Public Information Officer Bill Beezley said the men were riding their bicycles on the trail about 1/4 mile east of South Discovery Road.

The group pulled ahead then noticed the fourth was no longer behind them. They turned back to find him on the ground tangled up in his bike adjacent to the trail. They called 9-1-1 and began CPR.

EJFR units, assisted by firefighters from Engine 91 of Naval Magazine Indian Island, stopped CPR after an hour after consulting with a medical doctor.

Brinnon parks

BRINNON — Brinnon Parks & Recreation District No. 2 will hold a work session on a motion that the commission consider an amended 2018 budget and authorize the treasurer to submit it to Jefferson County for processing when it meets today.

The meeting will be held 6:30 p.m. at the Brinnon Community Center, 306144 U.S. Highway 101.

Also on the agenda is a swim program discussion.

To view the full agenda, visit www.brinnonparksandrec.org.

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