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IN: Columbia City man dies in hunting accident

October 18, 2009

Columbia City man dies in hunting accident

An autopsy will be conducted to determine what caused the death Sunday night of a 41-year-old Columbia City man who had been hunting waterfowl with two other hunters.

The three hunters fell out of a 19-foot canoe on the southeast end of Goose Lake in Whitely County about 6:15 p.m. Sunday.

The three swam about 40 yards to shore, but one man, Jay Bohde, began struggling while swimming and lost consciousness, according to Indiana Conservation Officer Rodney Clear’s news release.

Bohde was taken to shore via another watercraft and then transported to Parkview Whitley Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 8:30 p.m.

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