River’s Edge Apple River Campground stops running pipes on Sunday, after being stabbed left one teenager dead and four injured this weekend.
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People on campsite told FIVE EYEWITNESS NEWS that it was fun, family The weekend turned into a tragedy.
“We came here for about 15 years just how family reunion with my mother sidesaid Monica Anderson, a tourist. Anderson calls the pipes on Apple River in Somerset, Wisconsin family favorite. “We hang out and have family time to go down the river, drink it,” she said.
But the tube was cut on Saturday.
Anderson and her family passed by when they saw people collected on shore gives cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Soon after, they were evacuated from the water.
“We see that CPR is coming on in two groups, and they were passers-by,” she said. “Then the police showed up and they had to wade through the water because it was down off and they couldn’t drive Correctly up to that”.
911 call came in around 15:45 on Saturday announces several people was stabbed on apple river, north of Sunrise bridge during tubing.
St. Croix County Sheriff office arrived on stage and found five people with stab wounds in chest and torso.
According to the report, deputies first Rescuers and citizens provided medical assistance to the victims. All five victims were taken to local hospitals.
One of victims, 17-year- old man from Stillwater, later died. Four others were seriously injured but are in a stable condition, the sheriff said. office.
FROM help from witnesses, authorities found 52-year-an old suspect on river on the outskirts for tubers.
“The sheriff has come in hurry and he was like ‘you need get out people hurt,” said Melanie Lou, a tourist.
Lou was a tube on river with her family when the stabbing happened.
She said it first the time they spent the weekend on Apple River and it could be last. “It doesn’t feel like it’s safe and cute of like makes you think like we would want come back? Lou said.
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