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Link: WLEX video and report on recovery of drowning victim GRL


Next earlier story: http://www.columbiamagazine.com/index.php?sid=91660>Taylor Co. Rescue searching for possible GRL drowning victimb by Larry Smith, The WAVE, 99.9 FM

WLEX-Tv has a video and story about the recovery of the body of 18 year old drowning victim from Green River Lake at: Body Of 18-Year-Old Recovered At Green River Lake.

Larry Smith, General Manager, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM had informed us that the drowning victim is Tariq Armour of Cox's Creek, Nelson County, KY, and that the KY Fish & Wildlife Officer in the search is Jeremy McQueary of Columbia, KY, who is featured in the video.



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