Authorities identify Oregon man who drowned in Snake River
MURPHY, Idaho (AP) — Authorities have identified an Oregon man who drowned while fishing in the Snake River in southwestern Idaho.
The Ada County Coroner’s Office on Wednesday released the name of 42-year-old Aaron James Link of Ontario, Oregon.
Authorities say he was fishing near the Swan Falls Dam late Saturday night or early Sunday morning when he fell into the swift-moving water.
The Ada County Sheriff’s Office says his body was recovered Tuesday.