ALBERTA

Man Drowns In Sebee Dam, Another Missing

07/15/2014 03:05 EDT | Updated 09/14/2014 05:59 EDT
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CANMORE, Alta. - Four men drowned in separate incidents on the weekend in southern Alberta.

On Sunday, RCMP say three men from Calgary tried to swim across the Sebee Dam to an area where they could cliff-jump.

As soon as they got in the water, police say the three, aged 26, 22, and 17, were in difficulty and went under water.

The 17-year-old got safely back to shore, but the 22-year-old was taken from the water and later died.

The third man's body was found today.

On Saturday, a 65-year-old man's body was recovered from Lower Kananaskis Lake after he went missing trying to swim across the body of water.

Cochrane RCMP are warning the use of the Sebee Dam area is prohibited and any users found in the area may be charged with trespassing.

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