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FL: Body of missing hunter recovered Saturday from Altamaha River

November 20, 2012

From Jacksonville.com

Victim's brother-in-law was in the same boat on the Altamaha when he drowned
4 years argo, officials say.
 
BRUNSWICK - The body of a hunter missing since Thursday was recovered Saturday afternoon from the Altamaha River.
 
Donald Robert Floyd, 63, was apparently returning from a hog hunting trip on the river when his boat hit a stump under the water and was disabled, authorities said.
 
“It looked like he was trying to get home,’’ said Jay Wiggins, director of Glynn County Emergency Management.
 
Camden County divers brought Floyd’s body to the surface downstream from Altamaha Park.

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