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Police: Utah tourist drowns in U.S. Virgin Islands

The Associated Press

First Published Apr 01 2014 01:50 pm • Last Updated Apr 01 2014 10:05 pm

Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands » Authorities in the U.S. Virgin Islands say a 47-year-old tourist from Utah drowned amid rough seas.

Police said Tuesday that James Handley, of South Ogden, died near the island of St. Thomas.

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Authorities said he was visiting Dorothea Beach with his fiancée when he drowned on Saturday. A high-surf advisory was in effect that day.




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