The four men were swimming on the upstream side of the dam before the current swept them over. Tony Hoskins, the only survivor, managed to reach the riverbank and climb to safety.
The four men were swimming on the upstream side of the dam before the current swept them over. Tony Hoskins, the only survivor, managed to reach the riverbank and climb to safety.
The four men were swimming on the upstream side of the dam before the current swept them over. Tony Hoskins, the only survivor, managed to reach the riverbank and climb to safety.

Third body found after Fourth of July swimming accident in Leslie County

July 06, 2011 12:00 AM

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