A mother drowned trying to rescue her 10-year-old son as he was pulled by the current at a popular waterfall. An older son who jumped in to help became lodged in boulders and was rescued by his father, a Massachusetts police officer. Melissa Bagley, 44, was from Lynn, Massachusetts, was visiting Franconia Falls in the White Mountain National Forest along with a friend Tuesday afternoon. A child slipped and fell into a pool and could not escape the fast current. Bagley jumped into the river to help her child and began to immediately have trouble. The father searched for Bagley and found her in water below the falls, police said. He began CPR, but she could not be revived.
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