KEYSTONE LAKE, Okla. - An 18-year-old man is dead after officials say he drowned at Keystone State Park Thursday.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers tell 2NEWS four young people were swimming at Keystone Lake when two people went under and after a third went to help he never made it out.
An 18-year-old girl was pulled from the water and successfully resuscitated by a camper in the area who happened to be a first responder.
It's a day Holly Lewlling hoped would be nothing less than special. Instead it's a day filled with unexpected tragedy.
Holly said the girl pulled from the water "was unresponsive, her lips were just like blue."
"I just turned my back and all the commotion was going on," said Holly. That's when she says she saw two people drowning.
Other witnesses were dragging the girl up to shore.
Holly says she immediately rushed to help one of the victims and administer CPR.
"I had a feeling to get there quickly nothing else was in my mind but just to get over there."
Holly arrived just in time to save one, other bystanders pulled the second victim from the water, but their friend was still missing.
Troopers' rescue effort turned into a recovery.
According to the OHP, 17-year-old Makia Graves, who said she didn't know how to swim, was riding on 18-year-old Kayla Barnett's shoulders as Barnett waded out into the water. Barnett stepped into a drop-off and as Graves began to struggle Barnett went under.
OHP officials say 18-year-old Brendan Earl jumped in to help. Witnesses reported Earl went under, came back up, then went under again.
Bystanders pulled Barnett and Graves from the water and Barnett was revived at the scene by EMSA. Both were transported to a Tulsa hospital where Barnett was admitted in stable condition. Graves was treated and released.
Earls was found around 8 p.m. west of the shoreline.
All three teens are from Tulsa.
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