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2nd drowning victim recovered at Lake Altus-Lugert

GREER COUNTY, Okla._ New information on the search for a second drowning victim Friday at Lake Altus-Lugert.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the man's body has been pulled from the water. Troopers say 25-year-old Stewart Sullins of Granite and 47-year-old Johnny Robertson, also of Granite, were on the North Fork of the Red River at the dam when Robertson was seen struggling in the water before going under. Witnesses say it appeared Sullins tried to save him, but he also drowned.

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06/05/2015 - ONE DROWNING VICTIM FROM ALTUS LAKE

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