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Fourth tubing victim found in Dan River

EDEN, NC (AP) – Local officials in North Carolina say the body of a fourth tuber has been found in a river following a deadly accident in which a family on a recreational float just over the Virginia line south of Danville went over a dam. The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a news release Sunday that 7-year-old Isiah Crawford was the person who was found in the Dan River. The search continued for the last remaining tuber, 35-year-old Teresa Villano. The accident occurred Wednesday night when a group of nine people floated down the river on inflatable tubes and went over a dam. Four people were rescued Thursday, while three tubers’ bodies were found that day. Experts say that low-head dams are known for trapping people in a powerful current.
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Everything you need to know about that dam on the Dan River where four people died tubing

EDEN, N.C. — For most of us when we hear talk about a dam what comes to mind is some huge waterfall type thing designed to help turn the flow of water into energy to use at your house. But take a look at the dam in the Dan River that the family of tubers went over and four people died. Another person is still missing. That dam is a much smaller drop-off. And one of the survivors from that tubing trip says they didn't realize what it was.
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In 2010, a newborn's body was found in Winston-Salem. Kernersville woman now indicted in death of ‘Therese, the Little Flower.’

A Forsyth County grand jury indicted a woman on Monday on a charge connected to the death of her newborn girl more than a decade ago. Jennifer McMillan Crow, 44, of Woodbine Street in Kernersville was indicted for involuntary manslaughter in the death of an infant known as "Therese, the Little Flower." The indictment also names the child as either Adrine or Adrian Crow.
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