What began as a dispute with a towel in a California water park led to a 40-person brawl that killed nearly one person.
The police said that the fight for the towel took place between two families of 15 to 20 each, who was in Expos Raging Waters on Sunday in Cal. When the local police arrived to solve the problem, they found the 35-year-old Christopher Neves unconscious and without a heartbeat, according to Sacramento Bee .
One family member accused someone belonging to the other group of taking one of their towels.
Paramedics performed a CPR to resuscitate Neves and took him to the hospital, where he is in a stable condition. The water park was closed for the day after the fight.
"It started with a beach towel and then escalated to verbal insults and swear words ̵
A witness said he saw someone throwing a chair over their heads during the fight.