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SC: Man drowns while frog hunting

May 17, 2010

McBee man drowns while frog hunting on Midlands golf course

JEFFERSON, SC (WIS) - A man drowned Sunday afternoon while frog hunting on a Midlands golf course, according to the Kershaw County Coroner's Office.

Authorities say 61-year-old James Huggins from McBee was "frog-giggin" on Bermuda Run Golf Course Sunday when the accident happened according to Kershaw County Coroner Johnny Fellers.

The Department of Natural Resources says Huggins' john-boat was found flipped over in the pond.

Fellers says Huggins was on the pond by himself.

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