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Larry Smith: Anthony & Tammy Reece in Lake Lanier boat crash

Columbia, Mt Washington couples were occupants
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By Larry Smith, FM 99.9 FM the Big Dawg

Two Adair County, KY, residents are presumed deceased after a boat accident on Lake Lanier in Hall County, GA.

The accident occurred on the Georgia Lake is believed to have claimed four lives after the accident at around 4pmET, Friday afternoon.

Georgia authorities are saying speed was a factor in the tragedy causing the boat, occupied by Anthony & Tammy Reece of Columbia, KY, and Art & Melissa McMahan of Mt. Washington to flip out of the water and overturn. The boat is believed to have been traveling a rate of 100 mph.

Recovery is underway. The Reeces owned Anthony's Auto Sales in Columbia, KY.

This story was posted on 2016-07-16 10:25:51
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