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Man drowned in Conway identified as Conn. man


CONWAY - A 30-year-old man who drowned Saturday after jumping from a railroad trestle into the Saco River was identified Monday as a Connecticut man.

Three people jumped more than 30 feet from the railroad trestle into the Saco River to swim, but only two resurfaced.

The body of Edward Foster, 30, of Gales Ferry, Conn., was found a short distance downstream, according to New Hampshire Marine Patrol. CPR was performed and he was taken to Memorial Hospital in North Conway, where he was pronounced dead.



        

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