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July 30, 2012 at 11:54 AM

Searchers look for Graham man presumed drowned in Idaho

The Associated Press

TWIN FALLS, Idaho — Searchers in southern Idaho are looking for the body of a Washington state man presumed drowned in the Snake River.

Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Lori Stewart told The Times-News that 42-year-old Justice Kramer of Graham, Pierce County, was hiking along the river near Pillar Falls with his 18-year-old daughter and her friend Saturday evening when he slipped on some rocks and tumbled into the water.

Kramer is presumed to have drowned. Search and Rescue teams searched the area Saturday night and all day Sunday but did not find the body. Stewart said they would resume the search Monday.

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