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Fisherman Who Drowned In Tulsa Reservoir Identified

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A fisherman who drowned in an east Tulsa reservoir has been identified. Eduard Loboda of Broken Arrow apparently fell in the Unruh Reservoir Monday morning, September 18, 2017. 

The 69-year-old man's body was recovered after someone spotted a hat and fishing gear in the water. 

The reservoir, located near East 21st Street and Lynn Lane, is popular for fishing and walking. Several people contacted News On 6 to say they had close calls after slipping into the water and being unable to get out without help.

9/18/2017 Related Story: Two Recall Close Calls At Tulsa Reservoir Where Fisherman Drowned

“You don't have many life or death moments, but that was definitely one. My number one,” said Todd Stockstill. 

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