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Oklahoma City man drowns at Lake Murray

ARDMORE, Okla._An Oklahoma City man drowned in Lake Murray Sunday afternoon after attempting to get his wife and child out of danger when they stepped into deep water.

Eduardo Luna, 32, was swimming in the Cisco Road area of Lake Murray with family members around 1:00 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Luna's wife and child stepped into deep water and Luna tried to push them to safety. He drowned in the process.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol was able to recover Luna's body Monday morning. Luna was approximately 125 feet from the shoreline where the water is 7 feet deep.


 

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