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    Paramedics from Reddinton Fairview General Hospital, state police troopers and wardens from the Maine Warden Service stand by the dock Thursday at the Oosoola Park boat landing as a crew searches for an apparent drowning victim in the Kennebec River in Norridgewock.

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    A game warden and a Maine State Police trooper talk to Jeffrey Smith, of Norridgewock, who was ejected from a motorboat on the Kennebec River along with Barbara York, of Waterville, on Thursday. York drowned, though Smith attempted life-saving efforts on her, according to a news release from the state department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.

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    Funeral employees with Smart and Edwards Funeral Home carry the body of a drowning victim from the docks at the Oosoola Park on the Kennebec River in Norridgewock to a waiting hearse on Thursday,

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    Funeral home workers from Smart and Edwards in Skohwegan arrive at at the Oosoola Park boat landing on the Kennebec River in Norridgewock to transport the victim of an apparent drowning on Thursday.

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    Two emergency responders wait by the Kennebec River late Thursday afternoon where searchers in the river were looking for someone in a boat — possibly a child — who had gone overboard.

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