Deanna Melvin was just 20 years old when she drowned in Lake Ontario near Chimney Bluffs State Park.
The emergency responders received the call around 2 p.m. saying that 2 people were in distress.
The bystanders on the shore saved a 28-year-old male with the help of life jackets while Deanna went underwater.
The Dive teams with the help of an aviation helicopter and United States Coast Guards conducted a vast search and were finally able to locate Deanna 15-20 yards away from the shore.
The initial report says that Deanna was on a pontoon boat with 6 other people when she and the other man went swimming.
The waves were 1 to 2 feet high and maybe that contributed to both of them being in distress.
In this incident, the man after being checked at Strong Memorial Hospital was doing fine while Deanna lost her life.
Malcolm Belgrave a teen just 14 years old lost his life in Lake Ontario near Woodland Avenue and Beach Boulevard.
According to the police, the teen was on a floatation device that went underwater.
He was reported missing by his friends on July 29 around 2:30 p.m.
Hamilton Emergency Services and other fire departments started looking for him and for three days Malcolm was not found.
On Wednesday a person found a floating device near Woodland Avenue and Beach Boulevard.
The police searched the area and found Malcolm’s body just a few yards away from where he was last seen.
The body of an Unknown man was found in Lake Ontario near Sunnyside Beach on Sunday Evening.
The man was reported missing while swimming around 7:30 p.m.
His body was recovered by first responders shortly before 9 p.m.
According to the police, the drowning was accidental but they are still investigating the incident.
The Police have recovered the body of an Unknown man near Durand Eastman Beach on Lakeshore Boulevard.
The family members of the deceased man informed police that the man had just celebrated his 33rd birthday.
The person was reported missing between 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
The police searched the area with helicopter and boats and were finally able to find his body around 8 p.m.
His identity is not released.
In a tragic incident, an Unknown man who was on his personal watercraft drowned in Lake Ontario near the Burlington Lift Bridge.
According to the police, they received the call that a man was having trouble swimming back to shore at about 7 p.m. on June 17.
On arriving they found the man inside the water at about 7:30 p.m.
He was taken to the local hospital where he was pronounced dead.