Fourth Child Dies After Missouri, Tennessee Lake Electrocutions

A fourth child has died after a pair of separate electrocution incidents at lakes in Missouri and Tennessee. Nathan Lynam, 11, died Thursday night at Children's Hospital in Knoxville, Tenn., Grainger County Sheriff Scott Layel told The Associated Press. On Wednesday afternoon, Noah Winstead, 10, Lynam's swimming companion at Cherokee Lake outside Knoxville, died after the two boys were electrocuted, possibly by a faulty houseboat electrical cord. Two other children swimming in another lake,...Full Story
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