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Body of drowning victim recovered in eastern Oklahoma lake

EUFAULA, Okla. (AP) - The body of a California man has been recovered after he apparently drowned in an eastern Oklahoma lake.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the body of 24-year-old Casey Reilly of Temecula, California, was pulled from about 7 feet of water in Lake Eufaula on Monday morning.

The OHP says Reilly disappeared Sunday afternoon while swimming about 150 feet from shore.

An OHP report says Reilly was not wearing a personal flotation device when he went under the water and never resurfaced.

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