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Old 12-01-2017, 05:48 PM
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The local news stations here in Augusta reported somewhere in close proximity to the Wildwood Park area, about 3 pm this afternoon according to a witness two boats which were both traveling at a high rate of speed collided together and unfortunately, there were no persons on the surface apparently after this collision. Columbia County has divers on the scene for any recovery operations etc.

I know a lot of you members here live in the area and I know that this is of great interest in trying to help the persons involved in this accident.

I know that our Prayers are surely needed right now for the people involved in this tragic accident.

Hopefully, more details will be forthcoming soon.
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Old 12-02-2017, 07:43 AM
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Tragic for sure. Prayers for the families involved. The ramps are closed, tournament moved to Cherokee ramp.
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Sorry to hear that. Praying for their families...
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