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The W - Football - Pats DE Marquise Hill drowns in accident
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A story that went completely under my radar.

ESPN.com: Patriots' Hill mourned as a 'hero until the end'


    On his latest visit home for Memorial Day weekend, Hill and a female friend ventured out on Lake Pontchartrain on a personal watercraft without life vests Sunday night. The two ended up falling off the watercraft in an area of swirling currents near where a major shipping canal runs into the lake.

    While the woman survived by grabbing a piling and holding onto it until she was rescued, the 24-year-old Hill, who friends described as a good swimmer, drifted away and disappeared until searchers pulled his body from the water on Monday afternoon, about 17 hours after the accident.


This is a really tragic story and drowning deaths always turn my stomach slightly. May the man rest in peace and condolences to his family.




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I was coming here to post the same story.

So sad.





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Might be my fear of water speaking, but I'd never get on a boat w/o a life jacket.

That women must feel horrible though. It's one thing to have someone die right around you. It's got to be a higher level of grief when you know that person died saving you.
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Might be my fear of water speaking, but I'd never get on a boat w/o a life jacket. That women must feel horrible though. It's one thing to have someone die right around you.
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