Woman drowns in Beaver River
A 29-year-old woman drowned in the Beaver River Saturday, according to Beaver Falls police.
The woman was with other people when she walked into the river about 30 minutes past noon and was pulled under by the current, police said.
The police have not released her identity or any other details of the incident.
The drowning occurred in an area with no nearby bridges or roads, police said.
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