About 12:45 p.m. Sonoma County sheriff’s deputies were called to the private marina at Lake Sonoma on reports of a possible fatality, and upon arrival, paramedics declared 50-year-old David Hartsough dead, according to the Sheriff’s Office.An inner tube flew off the front deck of the boat and floated away, and Hartsough jumped off and swam for it, but began screaming for help when he got close, Crum said.The woman flagged down a nearby boat and they heaved Hartsough over the side, ferried him to the private marina and administered CPR until paramedics arrived, Crum said.Filipa Ioannou is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.
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