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Trapped, part 2

The way out

Trapped under the sea, near the end of a dank, dark 9.5-mile-long sewer tunnel, three men were horrified to discover two of their fellow divers dead. They weren’t sure what had happened. But they knew this much: If they didn’t make a quick escape, they would be next.

By Neil Swidey
August 16, 2009
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Trapped under the sea, near the end of a dank, dark 9.5-mile-long sewer tunnel, three men were horrified to discover two of their fellow divers dead. They weren’t sure what had happened. But they knew this much: If they didn’t make a quick escape, they would be next.

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Victim's memorial fund
The New Hampshire family and friends of Billy Juse, who died in the Deer Island sewer tunnel in 1999, created the nonprofit William "Billy" Juse Memorial Fund to support community projects and help high school seniors in the Lakes region further their education. To date, the fund has given out more than $30,000, according to organizer Deb Jones. For more information, contact the fund at P.O. Box 1482, Wolfeboro, NH 03894 or bj1@worldpath.net.