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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Man's Body Recovered From Allegheny Reservoir

The body of a Kane man was recovered about 5:00 pm on Tuesday from the same area where his wife's body was recovered after their canoe capsized while fishing on the Allegheny Reservoir.

Michael A. Snyder, 57, and his wife, Terry Lee Snyder, 62, of 307 Maple Street, Kane, PA, drowned when their canoe overturned on Sunday, April 11 at about 11:30 am, while fishing near the Red Bridge area.

State Police at Kane said the investigation has been turned over to the PA Fish & Boat Commission. They voiced special thanks to the Ludlow Fire Department, The Kane Fire Department, and the Glade Township Rescue and Dive Team for their continued efforts in the search.


Anonymous said...

If it wasn't for my brother-in-law (witness) showing them the spot to search in, they'd still be searching.

Anonymous said...

May they both R.I.P., together in God's heaven.

Anonymous said...

How terribly sad, prayers for their family and friends...1