posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:27 AM
Originally posted by leechee420
The Iowa Great Lakes (west lake in particular) are very well know to be a "party destination." People go, rent one of the hundreds of cabins/houses,
a boat, and spend their vacation drinking out on the water. Most often alcohol plays a part in these drownings. Whether that's the case here or not
remains to be seen. I'm just trying to point out that there are a lot of drowning in that lake, so it MAY be coincidence. I don't feel like a nurse
at the hospital could "know too much" since she wasn't in the theater, the parking lot, or the jail. She tended the wounded, but I don't think
anyone is disputing the injured/killed, so I'm not sure what she could know. Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems like a stretch to say she was killed.
You are right. Four drownings in that lake so far this year. Two happened in August. Also taking into account you probably only get a few months a
year to swim due to temperatures, the number is quite high.
Drownings in west lake common