Another deadly weekend on Minnesota lakes, search resumes for victim

Crews in Anoka County have resumed their search for a man who went missing after a canoe capsized Sunday on Centerville Lake. Another person on the boat was able to make it to shore. Last month, WCCO reports there were at least nine drownings.
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Crews in Anoka County have resumed their search for a man who went missing after a canoe capsized Sunday on Centerville Lake. Another person on the boat was able to make it to shore. Last month, WCCO reports there were at least nine drownings.

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