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Body Recovered From Lake Hartwell After Drowning Identified

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The body of Logan U. Wolfe, 23, of Georgia who fell from a "watercraft" while fishing on Lake Hartwell, has been recovered as of Sunday morning. The body of Logan U. Wolfe, 23, of Georgia who fell from a "watercraft" while fishing on Lake Hartwell, has been recovered as of Sunday morning.
OCONEE COUNTY, S.C. - The body of Logan U. Wolfe, 23, of Georgia who fell from a "watercraft" while fishing on Lake Hartwell, has been recovered as of Sunday morning.

Emergency personnel from both, Oconee County in South Carolina and Hart County in Georgia searched Lake Hartwell for Wolfe Saturday afternoon until Sunday morning according to Oconee County Emergency Management Fire Chief, Charles King. 

Oconee County Coroner identified Wolfe Sunday morning shortly after the recovery of Wolfe's body by emergency personnel.

An autopsy is planned for Monday.

Wolfe, was reported as missing earlier Saturday afternoon after falling from a watercraft during a fishing trip according to Oconee County Emergency Services Fire Chief, Charles King.

King also stated that Wolfe was a passenger on the boat along with three others.

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