CROSBY, Minn. (WCCO) – A 13-year-old boy has died after being swept away on Friday evening by strong currents at the Armour No. 2 Mine Pit Lake near Crosby.

The boy and his family, who are from Minneapolis, were renting a cabin on the lake, said Sgt. DJ Downie with the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office.

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According to investigators, the boy went into the water to retrieve a Frisbee and was then swept away by strong currents at the lake. The boy’s father attempted to rescue him, but he could not find him.

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The boy’s body was found Saturday morning, where crews located him in 92-foot deep water.

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The boy’s identity has not been released at this time, and no additional information has been made available.