Drowning victim’s body recovered; town considering warning sign

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By Brian Slattery

A drowning death in the Lockwood Folly Inlet may lead to Holden Beach erecting a warning sign on the beach where the accident occurred.

The body of the Ohio man who drowned while visiting Holden Beach was recovered early Sunday morning, May 19.

Kwesi Sample, 21, a member of the Xenos Christian Fellowship of Columbus, Ohio, a group that has visited Holden Beach for several years, drowned May 14 while attempting to swim the Lockwood Folly Inlet from Holden Beach to Oak Island.

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