Boy finds wedding ring in waterfall

ROGERS CITY, Mich. (AP) -- A 12-year-old boy has used a snorkel and swimming goggles to find a woman's wedding ring lost beneath a northern Michigan waterfall.

MLive.com (http://bit.ly/157TGLt ) says that Caden Gersky of Nashville, Tenn., went searching for the ring at Ocqueoc Falls near Rogers City in Presque Isle County after learning that it had been lost.

LeLonnie Alexander of Flint was camping with her husband when she lost the ring July 8 while taking a photo near the waterfall.

Gersky later heard a reward was being offered to find the ring. He was given $200 for finding the ring


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