Thursday, June 1, 2023
Thursday, June 1, 2023

    Girl, three, who was swept to her death over 400ft North Carolina waterfall while playing in river upstream: Parents tried to rescue her ‘but the current was so strong’

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    The heartbroken parents of a three-year-old girl who died after being swept off a 400-foot waterfall have told how they desperately tried to rescue her, Your Content has learned.

    Keith and Sheri Newswanger, from Denver, Pennsylvania, said Nevaeh had died.

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    She had been in nearby sand when she fell into Whitewater Falls, North Carolina.

    The couple revealed how they tried to grab her but ‘the current was too strong’

    The youngster’s body was recovered around 1am ‘entrapped in an area of the fall,‘according to The Daily Voice.

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