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Loved ones were too distraught to talk about the heartbreaking ordeal that left a forty year old father.
And his fourteen year old son dead Saturday at Lake Lanier here -- situation.
My family has been assisted behind the hope you share -- victim witness unit.
Paul county battalion chief Chad blacks -- the tragedy unfolded after the fourteen year old and his brother tried to swim about sixty yards across the -- that Mountain View park one brother made it to the other side.
His other brother apparently -- stressed that time the father entered the water.
To have serious.
And both won the juveniles and -- both.
One -- divers from hall county -- county fire department arrived at the Gainesville park on browns bridge road just after 6:30 Saturday evening.
And carefully searched for the victims and water is deepest thirty feet from the time we receive the call -- most people recover rhetoric to obviously they close.
And there were very close.
Yes investigators say they're still not sure whether the victims actually knew how to swim if they were simply exhausted from their time in the water.
Either way authorities say that this tragedy should serve as -- sobering reminder to anyone planning to come visit the lake.
The -- a lot of people don't realize that slopes all within almost that it will drop -- know how to swim if you're gonna get in the water don't -- a lot greater tragedy.
He tells protection can't I don't read and unfortunately it'll -- your lot of.
From hall county Porsche -- Fox 5 News.
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