19 Year Old Drowns In St Croix, Second Teen Revived.

Another young man has died in a drowning accident in Minnesota.

    A 19-year-old Minnesota man has died after being pulled from the St. Croix River in Hudson. A second teen in the group of swimmers at Lakefront Park Tuesday was revived by bystanders.
    Authorities say the 19-year-old began having difficulty in the water and an 18-year-old man went in the river to help. Friends were able to rescue the younger teen when he too began to have trouble in the water.  He was taken to a hospital in Hudson.
    Divers recovered the older teen, from St. Paul, about an hour later. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. The 18-year-old who survived is from Maplewood, Minnesota.


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