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TWO SUSPECTED DROWNINGS have marred the lengthy Easter weekend.
Paramedics and a lifeguard’s valiant effort to resuscitate 57-year-old Clyde Leo Layne failed yesterday evening after the Barbadian-born American citizen was pulled from the sea at Enterprise, Christ Church.
It was sometime between 3:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. when Layne reportedly got into difficulties as he attempted to recover a remote controlled boat which had drifted away into the water.
Layne, along with his wife Anne, were picnicking with friends and other family members when the incident occurred.
Layne, who had been living in New York for 30 years, was on one of his biennial trips back to his homeland.


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