Beachgoers Form Human Chain To Rescue Drowning Swimmers

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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.

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1 COMMENT

  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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