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NRP Investigates Drowning of Camp Springs Man
Today, Nov. 14, NRP continued their investigation of the drowning of Robert P. Kline, 77, of Camp Springs, which occurred Friday night, Nov. 11, at 11:47 p.m. at Somers Cove Marina in Somerset County. Kline slipped and fell while attempting to board his vessel; a witness attempted to retrieve Kline from the water. Lower Somerset Ambulance & Rescue Squad transported Kline and the witness to McCready Hospital. Kline was then transferred to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where he later died. The witness was treated for hypothermia. The Crisfield Police Department assisted the NRP with the incident.
November 15, 2005
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