A California man who was found unconscious at the bottom of a shallow pool almost two weeks ago passed away on Sunday.
Aaron Pappas, 43, arrived at the Asha Urban Baths in Sacramento on July 18 to practice some new breathing techniques he had been working on according to his girlfriend, and later left in an ambulance after he was found shortly after facedown in a pool.
There were no witnesses to the incident either, which authorities appear to have accepted was an accidental drowning after their initial investigation.
Om: Aaron Pappas (above) died on Sunday after he was taken off of life support at the University of California-Davis
Scene: He was found facedown at the bottom of a shallow pool on July 18 (Asha Baths above)
Aaaron was rushed to the University of California-Davis hospital and stayed there for almost two weeks, passing away on Sunday soon after he was taken off of life support.
Pappas' girlfriend Sarah Eastbrook and his sister Brenda Berry both said that he had been practicing what is known as the Wim Hoff method at the time of his death, which informed a large part of the conclusion authorities