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Lake Grapevine drowning victim identified

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Search for missing man on Grapevine Lake. (Photo by Kelli Murray)

The man who drowned in Lake Grapevine this weekend has been identified.

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s office identified the victim Wednesday as 25-year-old Andre Moseley.

Moseley was with a group of people on Saturday morning in the west end of the lake, according to a Grapevine Fire Department news release. He was riding on an inner tube being towed by a boat when he fell off. He became distressed and went under water, and wasn’t seen again.

He was not wearing a life jacket.

Grapevine Fire Department officials responded to the incident and searched for days for the man. His body was recovered Monday evening on the shoreline of behind a residence in the 2600 block of Bourne Lane in Flower Mound.

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2 Comments

  1. Katie Farris

    SO SAD TO HEAR, OMG! HOW I HATE MUCH WATER, HOW I HATE LETTING MY KIDS GO TO POOLS AND GRANDKIDS ATTEND WATER EVENTS UNLESS I KNOW THERE IS A RESPONSIBLE ADULT WITH THEM…ACCIDENTS HAPPENS AND IT HAS ANY AGE OR NAMES ON IT THEREFORE I PREVENT AND DO NOT CLAIM DROWNINGS. RIP SON IM SO SORRY.. WITH TEARS IN MY EYES.

  2. E. Russell

    Absolutely have to wear a life preserver when swimming in a large lake.. very sad and could have been prevented.

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