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Body of missing Oakland Park boy found In lake

 

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Relatives collapsed and wailed Tuesday morning after divers from the Broward Sheriff's Office retrieved the body of a nine-year-old boy from a lake in Oakland Park.

The Sheriff's Office confirmed the body was that of Samuel Sabin, a child who had been missing from his home since Monday afternoon.

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