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Posted on: August 29, 2023

Frisco Fire Dept Responds to Drowning Call at Lake Lewisville; One Person Dead, Another Rescued

(August 29, 2023) Just before 3 p.m. today, Frisco Fire Department responded to a call of a ‘man drowning’ in the 7700 block of Snug Harbor in the Hackberry area of Denton County. When they arrived on the scene, Frisco Fire personnel rescued one person from the top of an overturned boat. He refused EMS treatment. Two other occupants of the boat made it safely to shore on their own. A fourth person on the boat died. His body was located and pulled from the water just before 4:30 p.m. by Lewisville Fire Department personnel. All four people on the boat were males in their mid-to-late 20s. 

 Hackberry is a small town on the western outskirts of the City of Frisco.  Frisco Fire Department is the first responding agency to Hackberry for fire and EMS service.

 The Frisco Fire Department requested the Little Elm Fire Department boat and the Lewisville Fire Department  Dive Team to assist.  The Denton County Sheriff’s Office and Texas Game Wardens also responded to the call.  The Texas Game Wardens are investigating the drowning. 

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