GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A Colorado man has drowned after falling off a paddleboard on a Grand Mesa lake. The Daily Sentinel reports 44-year-old Larry Smith Jr. fell into Eggleston Lake on Tuesday evening. Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee says the lake is still extremely cold, but that he doesn’t know if temperature was a...
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