Kan. Duck Hunter Drowns after Boat Capsizes
Associated Press - December 24, 2013 11:20 am
The National Weather Service says the Kansas River reached its highest level on record in Topeka on July 13, 1951.
A northeast Kansas sheriff says a man has drowned at Milford Lake after his boat capsized while duck hunting.
Geary County Sheriff Tony Wolf declined to identify the man who drowned Tuesday other than to say he was a member of the military.
KJCK reports a second man on the boat was able to make it safely to shore.
The incident happened on the southwest side of Milford Lake, which is north of Junction City.