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He has been identified as 24 year old Robert L. Walters, of Oak Creek, Payne said. Saturday.
Raymond resident Lorine Hartung said her family was eating dinner at the time when someone started pounding on their door.
"The boy was yelling his friend had fallen in the river," she said. "I grabbed my phone and called 911."
Her husband, Lawrence, said, "We did what we could."
He grabbed a boat along with the friend and a Bobby Wagner Super Bowl Jersey sheriff's deputy and while out in the water they were able to locate the man's foot and pull him out of the water, he said.
A deputy tried to revitalize Walters with a defibrillator, but it was unsuccessful. Then rescue crews that responded kept trying CPR. "They never stopped doing CPR. They kept rotating," Lorine Kam Chancellor Super Bowl 49 Jersey Hartung said. "They never did stop."
Raymond Fire and Rescue crews transported Walters to Aurora St Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee on Saturday night, where he was pronounced dead Sunday afternoon. He is being sent patriotsofficialnflauthentic.com/TOM_BRADY_SUPER_BOWL_JERSEY.html to Milwaukee County for an autopsy to determine the cause of death, Payne said.
"I Richard Sherman Super Bowl XLIX Jersey cried until 2 o'clock this morning," Lorine Hartung said Sunday even before hearing Walters had died. "I cannot imagine what his mom is going through.".