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MOUNT DESERT, Maine

Divers recover second body from Maine lake

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The Maine Wardens Service says its divers have recovered the body of a second man who disappeared after a boat capsized on a lake on Mount Desert Island. Officials say the body of 38-year-old Corey Farley of Seal Cove was found Saturday afternoon in less than 30 feet of water, not far from where the boat capsized and near where the body of 67-year-old Richard Weimer was recovered. Divers were in the water less than 15 minutes before finding Farley’s body. His body was being taken to the medical examiner’s office in Augusta. Wardens recovered the body of Weimer, of Charlton, Mass., on Thursday afternoon.

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