Beachgoers Form Human Chain To Rescue Drowning Swimmers


Michigan beachgoers formed human chains into Lake Michigan on Sunday to help rescue swimmers caught in rough waves that were blamed for two deaths and three-near drownings.

The first incident came in at 12:05 p.m., when a swimmer was reported struggling in the water and bystanders formed a human chain to help search for the man. Officials told FOX17 that David Knaffle, 64, of Wyoming was located around 12:14 p.m., but was found unresponsive and later died.

Nearly four hours later, the department said a 20-year-old man from Lansing was pulled from the water. He also died.

Read more at NY POST.



  1. Those waves on Lake Michigan look ferocious. The palm trees are even more astounding. Definitely scientific proof of Saychel-change.


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