Crime Victims ID'd in fatal Lake Winnipesaukee boat crash

18:40  12 november  2019
18:40  12 november  2019 Source:   wcvb.com

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The identities of the victims of an apparent boat collision on Lake Winnipesaukee over the weekend were publicly released Tuesday by police.

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The New Hampshire State Police Marine Patrol identified the victims as two men from Meredith: James A. Hanson, 76, and Harold C. Lyon Jr., 84.

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The distress call came in Saturday, but darkness hampered search efforts. First responders found a 20-foot Sea Ray adrift off Bear Island. Hanson was pronounced dead at the scene, while his wife, Carmella S. Hanson, 75, was hospitalized with head injuries.

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"As part of that investigation assessing the boat we had recovered, we felt that it probably struck either another vessel or some type of structure," said Sgt. Joshua Dirth, of Marine Patrol.

Search teams were back out Sunday morning with the advantage of daylight, a helicopter and divers.

"We had some debris that was located and, as a result of that, we were able to match that up with a boat that was reported missing, also from the Bear Island area," Dirth said.

Divers found Lyon dead Sunday morning on the second boat, which was submerged in nearly 50 feet of water, officials said.

Anyone with information about the apparent collision is asked to contact Sgt. Dave Ouelltte at 603-227-2111.


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