CLAY CITY -- A 20-year-old Terre Haute man died near Clay City early Monday afternoon following a tractor accident.
Officials were dispatched to an area near County Road 200 East and CR 550 S. at 6:26 p.m., for the accident.
When officials arrived, the man, John S. Wynn, Terre Haute, was unresponsive after being pinned under water by a John Deere 755 tractor.
According to Clay County Sheriff's Department officials, Wynn was allegedly being towed backward on the vehicle when the blade on the back of the tractor got caught on a tree stump.
The tractor, according to officials, then flipped over into a small pond, where Wynn was allegedly trapped for approximately three minutes before being pulled to shore by his father.
CPR was started by persons on the scene at the time of the accident and continued by emergency responders, who were unable to revive Wynn.
Wynn was transported from the scene to St. Vincent Clay Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Information is still being gathered regarding the accident and exact cause of death. However, officials said foul play is not suspected in the incident.
In addition to CCSD, responding officials included TransCare, the Center Point Town Marshal, Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Department, Clay City Volunteer Fire Department, Center Point Volunteer Fire Department, Clay County Search and Rescue and Air Evac.