60-year-old Tennessee man found dead after fishing on Kentucky Lake
A 60-year-old Tennessee man died Sunday while fishing on Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tennessee.
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officials responded to a call about an unmanned boat on Kentucky Lake around 11:15 a.m. Sunday.
A fishing boat owned by Daniel E. Keeling of Humboldt, Tennessee was found with no occupants near the West Sandy portion of Kentucky Lake.
Wildlife officials searched near the unoccupied boat for the missing boater. The body was recovered a few hours later.
Keeling was not wearing a life jacket. Local authorities who helped included the Henry County Sheriff's Department and the Henry County Rescue Squad.
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It was the second boating-related death in Tennessee in three days and the 10th this year.
Ronnie D. Gholston of Whitwell was found dead on Friday on Nickajack Lake where he was bow fishing with friends when their boat started taking water.
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