A second Lake Wylie swimmer who went missing Friday has been found.
David Napper, 59, has been identified as the second missing swimmer by the York County Coroner's Office. Wildlife officials said they don't know exactly what time Napper went into the water.
In a separate incident, a man was pulled from the lake Friday. Deputies said the two incidents happened after midnight.
The Department of Natural Resources said a man and woman were out on a boat when they had engine trouble overnight, according to WBTV, the Observer’s news partner.
The woman told investigators that the man she was with jumped into the lake to try and swim to shore to get another boat. She fell asleep and woke up around sunrise, when she realized he was missing.
Napper’s death is reportedly still under investigation by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.
Lester Cook III, of Clover, reportedly fell while working on a dock in the 1800 block of Poinciana Drive in York and did not resurface. The dock is located near the Allison Creek boat landing. His body was recovered Friday morning.
"[We were] able to find him on the bottom," Newport firefighter Michael Wilson said. "It was probably seven and a half to eight feet of water. Brought him up to the surface of the water and put him on the dock."
Firefighters said they tried to revive Cook.
"They hooked him up on the heart machine, but he was gone," the chief said.
The York County Sheriff's Office is reminding lake-goers to wear a life jacket, to whistle to call for help and to use a flashlight for when it gets dark.