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Taylor Co. Rescue searching for possible GRL drowning victim

Search scene is near Pavilion, Lone Valley Boat Ramp, just north of Coburg, KY
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By Larry Smith, FM 99.9 the Big Dawg radio

(16 Jul 2017) - Taylor County Sheriff Alan Newton has confirmed that the Taylor County Search & Rescue Team is searching the waters of Green River Lake near the pavilion at the Lone Valley Boat Ramp in Taylor County, KY, for a missing 18 year old male.

The missing man is believed to be from the Bardstown, KY, area. - Larry Smith, General manager, The Big Dawg, FM 99.9 FM; reporting also on FM 92.7 The WAVE



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Park Rangers assist in search for missing 18-year-old



2017-07-16 - Lone Valley Boat Ramp area, Green River Lake, Taylor Co., KY - Photo by Larry Smith, Manager, The Big Dawg, 99.9FM.
Park Rangers assist in the search for a missing 18-year-old man on Green River Lake, not far from the Lone Valley Ramp. - Larry Smith

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