Oregon Football Player Spencer Webb was killed in a diving accident in Eugene, where the college is situated, as per The Sacramento Bee.
At the time of death, he was 22-year-old. He was a local of Sacramento. He purportedly passed on in the wake of hitting his head during a precipice jumping mishap only west of Triangle Lake in Lane County.
Webb was entering his fifth-year junior season this fall and was projected to be a starter.
He redshirted his first season at Oregon Ducks, playing a few games during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. He proved just what he is made of in 2021, delivering unparalleled performances game after game.
Spencer suffered a horrific accident during an excursion to Lake Creek, a park and garden just west of Triangle Lake in Oregon.
The Lane County Sheriff’s Office first shared details about the tragedy on Wednesday, July 13, 2022, on Facebook. The incident occurred in the early afternoon hours, the post suggests.
“The Lane County Sheriff’s Office responded to the rock slides just a short distance west of Triangle Lake at approximately 2:30 p.m. after receiving the report of an injured person.
Upon arrival, deputies learned that a 22-year-old male recreating in the area fell and struck his head.
“There is no proof of treachery and his demise gives off an impression of being coincidental. The casualty’s name is being kept right now forthcoming closest relative notice.”
A reason for death has not been declared or affirmed starting around Thursday morning — in when numerous Oregon mentors and players recognized the news via online entertainment.
“So loaded with life in each snapshot of the day,” Oregon football trainer Dan Lanning tweeted. “Your grin and energy will be remembered fondly, Spencer. I love you!”
CCTV video footage isn’t available at this moment. But most people want to see the footage. But it will be available soon.