Brazos River Authority lake rangers and Texas Parks and Wildlife game wardens continue searching Hell’s Fate cove for Lindsey Culver, 27, of Lubbock,
Brazos River Authority lake rangers and Texas Parks and Wildlife game wardens continue searching Hell's Fate cove for Lindsey Culver, 27, of Lubbock, Sunday. Her body was recovered around 2:24 p.m.. (Mark Engebretson)
Palo Pinto County Justice of the Peace Shawn Humphries positively identified the body of Lindsey Culver, 27, of Lubbock, whose body was recovered from Possum Kingdom Lake Sunday. Drowning was tentatively been listed as the cause of death. Humphries ordered an autopsy be conducted by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office. Culver's body was recovered by Brazos River Authority lake rangers and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department game wardens at 2:24 p.m. Sunday, in 25-35 feet of water from an area of the reservoir known as Hell's Gate. She was reported missing at about 9:30 p.m. Saturday. Sunday afternoon, Wyatt Terasas, 3, died, tentatively ruled as accidental drowning. Officials said he was reported missing at Sandy Beach where he was visiting with his father. BRA lake rangers, game wardens and volunteers searched the water. He was recovered and taken by Possum Kingdom East EMS to Palo Pinto General Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.