Man, 70, drowns after boat capsizes off Little Talbot Island State Park
Updated On: Apr 17 2013 01:24:54 PM EDT
A 70-year-old man drowned and a 48-year-old man made it to shore safely after a boat capsized at Little Talbot Island State Park on the Northside on Tuesday afternoon, according to Jacksonville Fire-Rescue.
Charles Catanese, of Jacksonville, was pulled from the surf at 1:55 p.m., according to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission investigators.
Catanese and Dexton Manor, of Atlantic Beach, were fishing just outside the surf off the state park when a large wave overturned their vessel, according to officials.
Both men were thrown into the water. Manor was able to grab a life vest from the water and swim to shore. Catanese was pulled from the surf and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The 18-foot DuraCraft center console boat capsized about 200 yards offshore.
The FWC is continuing the investigation.
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