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From The Oban Times, August 20, 1955

‘A tragic drowning fatality occurred near Connel on Sunday afternoon when three young English holidaymakers lost their lives in a boating accident on Loch Etive. ‘The three men, C Lumlushley, of Bebington, Cheshire; Arthur Taylor, of Liverpool; and John Reynolds, of Bromborough, near Birkenhead, lost their lives when their 14-foot rowing boat upset in the strong currents of Loch Etive between Dunfuinary and Kilmaronaig. A fourth member of the party, Raymond Mellor, aged 26, also of Bromborough, was rescued after swimming around in the water for some time.

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