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Minn. man dies on fishing trip in Canada

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A southern Minnesota man died after falling out of a boat during a fishing trip at a northwestern Ontario lake over the weekend, the the Mankato Free Press reported.

The victim was identified as Douglas Davis of North Mankato, 64, the newspaper reports. The accident was Saturday afternoon on Manion Lake, roughly 70 miles northeast of International Falls.

Investigators in Ontario say three Minnesota anglers were ejected from a boat, but it is not yet clear what led to the accident.

The names of the other two fishermen were not immediately released. Ontario investigators continue to probe the incident, WDIO reported.

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