2 more bodies found after Wis. river boat crash
LAKE HALLIE, Wis. (AP) — Crews searching for two men missing since a western Wisconsin boat collision that killed two others have found two bodies along the Chippewa River.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports (http://bit.ly/nnwDyd ) rescue teams found one body about 8:30 a.m. Sunday and another about an hour later.
Chippewa County Coroner Ron Patten says authorities have not yet determined whether the bodies are those of 25-year-old Luke Pohl and 28-year-old Matthew Simonson.
They've been missing since the Friday night crash. Authorities say a pontoon-like boat carrying six people collided head-on with a speedboat. The group on the larger boat was celebrating a weekend wedding.
Authorities say the crash killed 50-year-old Mark Michels of Eau Claire and 27-year-old Matthew Overhulser. Overhulser was part of the wedding party.