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Would like info about a huge wave on the Lake that hit the Belmont area some time is the 50s Several fishermen were sweeped away?

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2005-11-18 13:30:14
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Here's a few sources regarding the seiche that hit the Chicago lakefront on Saturday, June 26, 1954 at 9:30 am killing 8 people. - Janice A. Knox From Enclopedia of Chicago - Seiches A seiche (pronounced

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