Two drownings in a Wisconsin lake in four days Two drownings in a Wisconsin lake in four days

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Two drownings in a Wisconsin lake in four days Two drownings in a Wisconsin lake in four days

Wisconsin's OCONOMOWOC (WFRV) - Following a four-day search, two bodies were discovered in Lac La Belle almost 36 hours apart.


The Town of Oconomowoc Police Department reports that between July 21 and July 24, there were two drownings on Lac La Belle. Both incidents are said to have occurred in the region to the northwest of Islandale.


A 9-1-1 call was received on July 21 at around 7:15 p.m. regarding a potential drowning. A 32-year-old Milwaukee guy reportedly started swimming in the region northwest of Islandale while he was on a pontoon boat. He submerged himself and never surfaced.


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Around 11 p.m., search and rescue operations were halted; they were picked back up at 7 a.m. the following morning. The victim was located in roughly 32 feet of water on Saturday at 10:30 in the morning, two days after the tragedy was reported. According to reports, this incident is still being investigated.


The second drowning occurred on July 24 around 3:45 p.m. After witnesses witnessed a 35-year-old Milwaukee man fall underneath and not come back up, crews were dispatched to the same place. According to reports, he was also seen swimming in the vicinity of Islandale.


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When operations were put on hold at nine o'clock at night, a boat employing sonar discovered an area of interest as it was returning to land. The victim was discovered in around 11 feet of water west of Blackhawk Drive just before 11 p.m.

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