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Man pulled from Eno River in Durham, police say

Man pulled from Eno River in Durham, police say

ABC11 reports that a man was pulled from the Eno River in Durham, NC Wednesday afternoon, May 15, 2019 after a report of a possible drowning.
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ABC11 reports that a man was pulled from the Eno River in Durham, NC Wednesday afternoon, May 15, 2019 after a report of a possible drowning.

Emergency crews in Durham responded to a possible drowning in the Eno River Wednesday afternoon.

Durham police were called to the area near the popular Turtle Hole shortly after 3 p.m. where the river flows between Landis Drive and Wanda Ridge Drive, according to police.

When they arrived, they found a man who had gone under water while swimming, police said. Emergency crews pulled a 20-year-old man from the river. He was taken to the hospital, according to a report by ABC11, The News & Observer’s media partner.

The man’s condition was unavailable. The story is developing.



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Joe Johnson is a reporter covering breaking stories for The News & Observer. He most recently covered towns in western Wake County and Chatham County. Before that, he covered high school sports for The Herald-Sun.


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