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Bodies of Fishermen Being Returned to Families

Bodies of Fishermen Being Returned to Families

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(KSL News) The bodies of three fishermen who disappeared 11 years ago are finally going home to their families.

Divers found the bodies earlier this year during a sonar training exercise, in about 130 feet of water, a mile north of the Holmes Crossing boat ramp. They returned on June 24 to recover the bodies.

Bodies of Fishermen Being Returned to Families

Mack Doust, Skip Lords and Rick Nelson disappeared on New Year's Eve of 1995 while fishing in the area. Searchers looked for them for months, but the search was called off in 1996.

Autopsies show the three died of hypothermia and drowning.

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