A woman is dead and a man is charged with manslaughter after an early morning water rescue

UPDATE 9:46 a.m. – One woman is dead and a man is charged with manslaughter following the incident.

The person who called the police stated a side by side had rolled over in the creek, and two people were trapped in the water.

When officials arrived, one person had been able to escape from the rollover while a female was still trapped under several feet of water in the ATV.

A lengthy rescue was done with multiple fire departments on the scene.

The female was transported to The Medical Center at Bowling Green where she was pronounced dead.

The driver, Mckinley Brown, was also transported to Medical Center, where he is being evaluated for injuries.

Brown, when released, will be charged with second-degree manslaughter and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol second offense, according to Warren County Sheriff Brett Hightower.

The name of the female has not been released.

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Two people were taken to the hospital following an early morning water rescue Sunday.

Around 2:45 Sunday, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office was called to the scene after an ATV overturned into a creek, pinning two riders under the water on Eden Road in Warren County, according to the Warren County Sheriff Brett Hightower.

The riders were both sent to an area hospital.

The Warren County Sheriff’s Department, Kentucky State Police, the Department of Fish and Wildlife, Richardsville, Barren River and Gott Volunteer Fire Departments, Emergency Management and emergency medical services worked the scene.

The conditions of the two riders have not been released.

No other information has been released.