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Jeff Dumm went on a recent hike at Folsom Lake and came upon a GoPro camera buried in the sand. He retrieved the video and went on a search for the owner of the camera lost at the bottom of the lake. according to Dumm's Facebook posted on the weekend of July 16, 2016. The video shows a man headed out on a boat and falling head over heels into the lake and the camera sinks to the lake's floor. Video courtesy Jeff Dumm
Jeff Dumm went on a recent hike at Folsom Lake and came upon a GoPro camera buried in the sand. He retrieved the video and went on a search for the owner of the camera lost at the bottom of the lake. according to Dumm's Facebook posted on the weekend of July 16, 2016. The video shows a man headed out on a boat and falling head over heels into the lake and the camera sinks to the lake's floor. Video courtesy Jeff Dumm

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UPDATED July 19, 2016 07:46 AM

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