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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The body of a man who drowned while fishing with his wife Sunday on the Sacramento River has been recovered.
Joua Kao Lor, 55, of Sacramento was in a motorboat fishing with his wife when the boat began having engine trouble. Officials say Lor tried to throw a rope onto a nearby tree branch and fell into the water. He came up a couple of times before he disappeared.
Lor was not wearing a life vest.