Crews recovered the body of a man in SeaTac’s Angle Lake on Saturday. The man reportedly jumped into the lake from an inflatable boat.
Crews recovered the body of a man in SeaTac’s Angle Lake on Saturday. The man reportedly jumped into the lake from an inflatable boat. Kent Regional Fire Authority Courtesy
Crews recovered the body of a man in SeaTac’s Angle Lake on Saturday. The man reportedly jumped into the lake from an inflatable boat. Kent Regional Fire Authority Courtesy

Man dies after jumping into SeaTac’s Angle Lake

May 21, 2016 08:45 PM

UPDATED May 22, 2016 12:21 PM

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