Minn. Man Dies After Boat Overturns On Wis. Lake

SHELL LAKE, Wis. (AP) — Authorities in northwestern Wisconsin say a Minnesota man has apparently drowned after he fell overboard without a life jacket.

The Washburn County sheriff’s office says it received a call Saturday evening reporting that two people were in Dilly Lake after their boat tipped over.

Before emergency personnel arrived, a husband and wife rescued both people in a pontoon boat.

Deputies say 42-year-old Timothy Francis Anderson of Inver Grove Heights, Minn. was unresponsive. Emergency responders administered CPR and took him to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The sheriff’s office says Anderson apparently stood up in the small boat, then slipped and fell overboard. The upheaval caused a female to fall out of the boat, and the vessel capsized. Neither was wearing a life jacket.

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Comments

One Comment

  1. Dan says:

    Nice comment. You’re an ass.

  2. Chris says:

    I agree with you Dan. Come on Jeff Jensen, where is your compassion? What the hell is wrong with you???

  3. lib says:

    We don’t know the particulars, perhaps when he slippped and fell he hit his head, this is a sad story and could happen to anyone of us, Jeff. Try a little compassion for this man’s family

  4. Botanist says:

    I bowled with Tim last winter on his bowling team at Drkula’s. It would be presumptuous to say he was my friend, but I Iiked the man I got to know. He was very competitive and a great bowler.

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