Report: Family identifies missing man whose canoe overturned on Fox Lake
FOX LAKE, Wis. — The family of a missing man whose canoe overturned on Fox Lake identified him on Saturday.
According to a report from CBS 58 News in Milwaukee, Beau Krantz, 36, was paddling on Thursday when his canoe overturned. Dodge County Sheriff’s officials said the incident occurred just after 12:30 p.m. and a woman was in the canoe with Krantz at the time.
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The woman was rescued and hospitalized, but Krantz is still missing. Officials said the canoe was found near an island. Officials said that high winds would’ve made canoeing or kayaking dangerous at the time the incident occurred.
Krantz’s daughter said he was raised in Chetek and lived in Rice Lake, though he traveled a lot for work.
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