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Troopers: Man dies in Diamond lake after flipping his canoe

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Published: Jun. 29, 2020 at 1:40 PM AKDT
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Alaska State Troopers say a man drowned in the Diamond lake over the weekend

Troopers in the Big Lake area say they received a report of a flipped canoe and a body in the water.

AST says 30-year-old Arthur Analoak flipped his canoe for an unknown reason and drowned in the lake.

Update to Dimond Lake mission, Investigation revealed Arthur Analoak, age 30 of Fairbanks, flipped his canoe for an unknown reasons and drowned in the lake. It was reported that Analoak was not wearing a PFD.

Posted by Alaska Dive Search Rescue and Recovery Team on Monday, June 29, 2020

It was reported that Analoak was not wearing a personal floatation device. The flipping of the canoe happened on Saturday.

Today we assisted the Alaska State Troopers, Mat/Su Dive Team and Mat-SAR in the search and recovery mission on Dimond...

Posted by Alaska Dive Search Rescue and Recovery Team on Sunday, June 28, 2020

On Sunday, AST says a Mat-Su Dive Team recovered Analoak's body from the lake.

There is no foul play suspected at this time.

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