Two people missing and presumed drowned in Lake Washington
Posted on Monday, August 10th, 2020 at 11:23 am
SEATTLE, WA – In two separate incidents Sunday evening, a man and a woman are currently missing and presumed dead after disappearing into the waters of Lake Washington.
According to KOMO News, Seattle Fire and rescue arrived at the 5000 block of Lake Washington Blvd South after receiving calls of a possible drowning. The Seattle Police Department’s Harbor Patrol boat and rescue divers searched the area for over an hour but could not locate the missing man.
Seattle Fire and Seattle Police got another call to the area around 10 p.m. Sunday for a missing woman who had potentially drowned near Seward Park. Similar rescue attempts were made to locate the woman but were again unsuccessful. She is still missing.
Neither of the victim’s identities has been released.
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