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Video from a fishing trip that ended in tragedy earlier this week was posted to an outdoors website sometime before the boat capsized.
It's believed Andrew Rose sent the video to the website, ‘Black Swamp Ohio Outdoors'. It was posted to their Facebook page.
Four people went on the fishing trip.
The bodies of 33-year-old Andrew-Rose and 32-year-old Bryan Huff have not yet been recovered.
17-year-old Paige Widmer and 33-year-old Amy Santus were also on the boat.
Their bodies were recovered Thursday.
The posted video is named 'The Last Triple' and shows the four catching their walleye limit.
It's hard to tell how soon the video was shot before the accident.
Andrew's friend Kele Pallataa says the video raises more questions than it answers.
"It's kind of surreal seeing that everybody seemed O.K. Even after getting a text from Andrew at 6:06. We just don't know what happened. Hard for the families knowing in just those few minutes what could have happened" said Ms. Pallatta.