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Adair awaits fate of two, Lake Lanier speedboat accident

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By Ed Waggener and Larry Smith, FM 99.9 The Big Dawg are closely monitoring news of a speedboat crash on Lake Lanier, GA, which may involve two persons from Adair County, KY.

A spokesman for the Hall County Fire Service, Gainesville, GA,said in a telephone interview that that an intense search his department and teams from the Department of Natural Resources were searching for the missing persons aboard the craft. At the time, 6:04pmCT, he said the search was unsuccessful. The spokesperson said that major Atlanta Tv News channels, including Channels 2, 5, and 46 had crews nearby reporting on the situation, included in the following links:

Two report from Adair County are 1) that family members are en route to Lake Lanier to be available to make identifications should events prove that necessary, 2) that one body has been recovered.

This story was posted on 2016-07-15 18:51:41
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