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Indiana man drowns in Minnesota lake

A 57-year-old Indiana man drowned Monday morning in Lost Lake, according to the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office. Lost Lake is northwest of Cass Lake in Ten Lakes Township, Minn.

A 57-year-old Indiana man drowned Monday morning in Lost Lake, according to the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office. Lost Lake is northwest of Cass Lake in Ten Lakes Township, Minn.

Officers were notified about 10:30 a.m. Monday that Larry Clem fell out of a fishing boat and did not resurface. A search began with boats from Wishbone and Horseshoe resorts and members of Beltrami County Sheriff's Office, Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officers and Leech Lake Tribal Conservation Officers. A Minnesota DNR aircraft conducted a search from overhead.

Officers said Clem's body was recovered about 1:50 p.m., and a positive identification was made.

The recovery effort involved members of the Cass/Hubbard County Sheriff's Dive Team, Itasca County Sheriff's Dive Team, St. Louis County Sheriff's Search and Rescue Team, Beltrami County Sheriff's Posse, Paul Bunyan Amateur Radio Club, Beltrami County GIS Office, Cass Lake First Responders, Cass Lake Ambulance, United states Forest Service and the American Red Cross.

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