Boat capsizes in northern Idaho river

Boat capsizes in northern Idaho river, 4 men dead
Boat capsizes in northern Idaho river, 4 men dead

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Authorities said Friday that Boat capsizes in northern Idaho river, 4 men dead, were taken earlier this week.

The Bonner County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release that the performance-like boat capsized in the Bend O’Reilly River near Thama on Tuesday.

According to the sheriff’s office, the men were identified as Gregory J. Dyker, 59, from Laclide. Faulhaber, 49, of Laclede; Maxson, 51, of Laclide; and John R. Schulte, 59, of Sandpoint.

Karim TV channel reported that the boat capsized at around 7 pm on Tuesday.

According to the sheriff’s office, Dyker’s body was found by the agency’s Navy and Diving Team on Tuesday night.

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Faulhaber’s body was found Thursday at 9 p.m. CST in about 80 feet of water near the site where the boat capsized.

The bodies of Maxson and Schulte were found Friday in about 60 feet of water, the sheriff’s office said.

The cause of the accident is still under investigation, according to the sheriff’s office.

CNN reported that the boat, which was pulled out of the water on Wednesday, capsized in an area where the river is 94 feet deep.

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