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Boat accident kills city woman in Michigan

68-year-old killed along with area resident; three injured

Deaths In South Channel of the St. Clair River: A Winnipeg woman is dead following a horrific accident involving a speedboat and a cabin cruiser near Detroit Sunday evening.  Nancy Axford, 68, was killed when a Baja speedboat slammed into the side of a large Bayliner cabin cruiser in the south channel of the St. Clair River, which is just off Harsen��v�v�s Island near the international border between Southern Ontario and Michigan.  MANDATORY CREDIT :  Alan Block / www.sailinganarchy.com   further instructions: If you use a photo or any of my words in a story, you need to link that story in whatever way you like to my story on the incident here:   http://sailinganarchy.com/2014/08/04/the-rivers-edge/

Deaths In South Channel of the St. Clair River: A Winnipeg woman is dead following a horrific accident involving a speedboat and a cabin cruiser near Detroit Sunday evening. Nancy Axford, 68, was killed when a Baja speedboat slammed into the side of a large Bayliner cabin cruiser in the south channel of the St. Clair River, which is just off Harsen��v�v�s Island near the international border between Southern Ontario and Michigan. MANDATORY CREDIT : Alan Block / www.sailinganarchy.com further instructions: If you use a photo or any of my words in a story, you need to link that story in whatever way you like to my story on the incident here: http://sailinganarchy.com/2014/08/04/the-rivers-edge/

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