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OH: Duck hunter drowns in northeastern Ohio lake when boat flips, sinks; 2 others rescued

November 24, 2012

From GreenFieldReporter.com

BAZETTA, Ohio — Authorities say a duck hunter drowned after a boat flipped over and sank Saturday on Mosquito Lake in Trumbull County.
Fire Chief Dennis Lewis says the three men aboard yelled for help and were heard by duck hunters on the shore. They called 911.
Two of the men were rescued. They were taken to St. Joseph Health Center in Warren for treatment and were released.
Lewis says 15 agencies looked for the third hunter for hours. Around 5 p.m.
a hunter found Daniel Khalil Jr.'s body floating 10 feet from shore, nearly a mile from where the boat sank.

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