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Man Dead in Mississippi River Incident

One man died Sunday morning when rainwater rushed into a tunnel south of the Marshall Avenue Bridge and swept two men into the Mississippi River, the Star Tribune reported.
The two men were exploring the bridge when the incident occurred, and the second man was rescued, the article said.
One man was able to make it on his own to shore, while the other was rescued but later died at Hennepin County Medical Center.
The Pioneer Press reported the two men were photographing the tunnel, and also mentioned two University of St. Thomas rowing club members helped in the rescue of the second man who later died.