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UPDATE: Man Who Drowned on Indian Lake Identified
INDIAN LAKE -- Friends are remembering a Bellefontaine man as kind and very nice, just days after he drowned while boating with friends.
Joshua Keith, 24, was on Indian Lake with his friends around 12:30 Sunday morning when the boat they were on began to sink. Eight of his friends were rescued but he could not be found.
Fire and rescue crews found his body two hours later. He was reportedly not wearing a life jacket. There are conflicting stories about the others on the boat. Some reports say they were wearing life jackets, however others say they were not.
Avid boater Bob Crosby of Lima took his boat on the lake Monday. He says he would never hit the water without life preservers. "I went out today and I had four life jackets and it was just me. Life jackets are essential. You have to have personal flotation devices."
Others at the lake agree. They say they have been teaching their children water safety since they were very young.
Michelle Wion and her family drive up from Houston to boat, Jet Ski and fish on a regular basis. "I heard about it. It's so sad, especially someone so young."
Investigators still are not sure why the boat began to take on water.
INDIAN LAKE -- The person who drowned early Sunday on Indian Lake has been identified as 24-year-old Joshua Keith of Bellefontaine.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is investigating the incident, which began when a boat sank near the Lakeview Boat Ramp. Eight other people also were on the boat. They were rescued by the Lakeview and Joint Township fire departments.
Reportedly, none of the boaters was wearing life jackets.
AUGUST 31, 2014: ODNR Investigating After Person Drowns at Indian Lake
INDIAN LAKE -- The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is investigating after one person drowns and 8 other people have to be pulled from the water on Indian Lake.
The incident happened around midnight Sunday north of the Lakeview Boat Ramp.
ODNR says a 22-year-old man drowned and eight other people went into the water after the boat they were on sank.
Lakeview and Joint Township fire departments rescued the eight people, and the body of the victim was recovered about 2 hours later.
None of the boaters were wearing life jackets.
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