Body Found Near Edgewater Marina

Body Found Near Edgewater Marina

There are 14 comments on the WJW Fox 8 Cleveland story from Jul 27, 2010, titled Body Found Near Edgewater Marina. In it, WJW Fox 8 Cleveland reports that:

Breaking News into the Fox 8 Newsroom, there has been a body found near Edgewater Marina along East 9th Street.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at WJW Fox 8 Cleveland.

Lex

Cleveland, OH

#1 Jul 27, 2010
Of course it's the guy who went missing over the weekend. My thoughts are with this mans family and friends. Come on people don't jump in lake erie, not sure why people even want to swim in there anyway?!
MDC

Avon, OH

#2 Jul 27, 2010
Lex wrote:
Of course it's the guy who went missing over the weekend. My thoughts are with this mans family and friends. Come on people don't jump in lake erie, not sure why people even want to swim in there anyway?!
If you do want to swin please put a life jacket on. To jump into Lake Erie without
protection you are asking for a death wish.
Frank James

Farmington, MI

#3 Jul 27, 2010
Lex wrote:
Of course it's the guy who went missing over the weekend. My thoughts are with this mans family and friends. Come on people don't jump in lake erie, not sure why people even want to swim in there anyway?!
Clevelanders drink, wash, and cook with lake erie water. Go out about five miles that water is good to swim in. Just be safe. I buy water to cook and drink from a spring in Amhearst Ohio. The water the city of Cleveland "TREATS" is another story! Lots of dead people have been in it.
H2hohoho

Cleveland, OH

#4 Jul 27, 2010
Frank James wrote:
<quoted text> Clevelanders drink, wash, and cook with lake erie water. Go out about five miles that water is good to swim in. Just be safe. I buy water to cook and drink from a spring in Amhearst Ohio. The water the city of Cleveland "TREATS" is another story! Lots of dead people have been in it.
makes you think don't it! bleh..we drink dead people!
Frank

Brecksville, OH

#5 Jul 28, 2010
Considering it’s the same recycled water that’s been on the earth for millions of years, we have been drinking a lot of recycled waste. Tap water is fine, even better when ran through a filter. Bottle water is about the least regulated there is, I have visions of some toothless red neck filling “Natural Spring Water” bottles with a garden hose behind a gas station and gloating like toad.
bob

United States

#6 Jul 28, 2010
I've seen so many comments about put a life jacket on. How is that swimming...that's floating. It doesn't matter if the water is 6ft. deep and you are 5' 11" or the water is 60 ft. deep. Swam in lake erie all my life, hint: don't inhale when the water is covering your mouth and nose, dah.
THINK

United States

#7 Jul 28, 2010
Although I feel for the family's loss, I somehow can't understand how we are supposed to feel sorry for someone who jumps off a boat on lake Erie without a lifejacket. What Are people thinking!!! You could be an Olympic swimmer and not be able to fight the rip currents that occur on the lake. The ONDR has safety rules on boats for a reason there is to be one lifejacket on board per person. Come one people use some common sence out there.
Life Long Boater

North Olmsted, OH

#8 Jul 28, 2010
First off I would like to tell the family I am so sorry for your loss. No one expects a tragedy like this when they are out on the lake with family and friends. As a life long boater and swimmer in Lake Erie I can tell you that it is no one persons fault and having a life jacket on does not guarantee you won't drown. Lake Erie is a precious resource in Northeast Ohio and should be treated and talked about as such. For the people who live in this region and talk poorly about it, I invite you to move away and fine a better place to live. For the people who say negative things about the victim of this tragedy, shame on you.

“Perfect? NO. Forgiven? YES!”

Since: Jan 10

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#9 Jul 28, 2010
Life Long Boater wrote:
First off I would like to tell the family I am so sorry for your loss. No one expects a tragedy like this when they are out on the lake with family and friends. As a life long boater and swimmer in Lake Erie I can tell you that it is no one persons fault and having a life jacket on does not guarantee you won't drown. Lake Erie is a precious resource in Northeast Ohio and should be treated and talked about as such. For the people who live in this region and talk poorly about it, I invite you to move away and fine a better place to live. For the people who say negative things about the victim of this tragedy, shame on you.
I already moved away and found a better place to live. I don't have to shovel what we get here. And yes, a life jacket would prevent a drowning. Now if you get hit by a boat, the life jacket won't help. Don't say such stupid things.
Lex

Cleveland, OH

#10 Jul 28, 2010
Frank James wrote:
<quoted text> Clevelanders drink, wash, and cook with lake erie water. Go out about five miles that water is good to swim in. Just be safe. I buy water to cook and drink from a spring in Amhearst Ohio. The water the city of Cleveland "TREATS" is another story! Lots of dead people have been in it.
Yeah i know. I drive to the beaches in sandusky, geneva, mentor. I was talking about downtown/edgewater beach. it's disgusting.
Kook

Cleveland, OH

#11 Jul 28, 2010
It really amazes me how people yak there jaws on here about the lake, the water, safety, ect..and Don't have a Clue of what they are talking about!, and for the family of the man my Condolences!
Stupid people should not talk (or type)

“Perfect? NO. Forgiven? YES!”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#12 Jul 28, 2010
Kook wrote:
It really amazes me how people yak there jaws on here about the lake, the water, safety, ect..and Don't have a Clue of what they are talking about!, and for the family of the man my Condolences!
Stupid people should not talk (or type)
Someone needs to take away your computer then.
My View

Independence, OH

#13 Jul 28, 2010
Frank James wrote:
<quoted text> Clevelanders drink, wash, and cook with lake erie water. Go out about five miles that water is good to swim in. Just be safe. I buy water to cook and drink from a spring in Amhearst Ohio. The water the city of Cleveland "TREATS" is another story! Lots of dead people have been in it.
YUK...WHAT A THOUGHT! Makes me wonder how much dna is in my laundry! We drink bottled water and have filters on all the water faucets, except the laundry room.
My View

Independence, OH

#14 Jul 28, 2010
And, my sympathy to the family of the victim.

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