Blue Ribbon

Houston County Rescue Unit diver Chris Ball, who attached the recovery line to Kelsey Starling's body on Saturday, returns to Smith Lake on Sunday to tie a blue ribbon on the submerged tree where she was found. Residents of Starling's hometown of Troy and people who live at Smith Lake displayed blue ribbons in her memory during the three months she was missing. [PHOTO COURTESY OF HOUSTON COUNTY RESCUE UNIT]

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