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Five LSU pitchers combined for just the third one-hitter in SEC Tournament history, and Christian Ibarra had two RBI as the No.2 Tigers earned another come-from-behind win in Hoover, eliminating ArkansasMore >>
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KERSHAW COUNTY, SC (WIS) -
autopsies for two missing North Carolina teens found on Sunday in a submerged car
in the Wateree River near Interstate 20 are revealing new
A spokesperson for the boys' families said Kershaw
County Coroner Johnny Fellers told them that the teens' cause of
death was drowning.
Jake Ziegler, 18, and Ray Pierce, 17, both of Catawba County, NC had been missing for over two weeks.
Investigators said the boys left a party October 13th and told friends they were driving to the beach.
The vehicle was found near the 96 mile marker, which is an exit for Camden. It appears the car went into the median and then went down a steep embankment into the river.
The boys were found by volunteer searchers
from the Community United Effort (CUE) Center for Missing Persons out of
Wilmington, NC. CUE volunteers alerted authorities to a vehicle upside
down in the river around 4:20 Sunday afternoon.
The teens families filed a report with the CUE Center on October 14, the
day after the teens first went missing. The director of the CUE Center says the organization worked with local
law enforcement agencies and searched for two weeks straight, from
Charlotte area down to Myrtle Beach.
Dwayne Baker was one of the searchers in the
group that led investigators to the car. "One of them (searchers) said,
there's the bumper. We rolled it over and saw the license plate and I
told everybody to get out," Baker said Monday.
Baker was helping in the search after his own
son went missing in Catawba County 4 years ago. Investigators found his
son's remains two years ago. Travis Baker had been murdered.
The last sign of the boys came from a ping off one of their cell phones October 13 along I-77 in South Carolina. Crews searched up and down the interstate and in Myrtle Beach.
The friends attended Bandys High School. Their families have said they had hope the boys would be found alive, but prepared for the worst.
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