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Kayaker struck and killed by boat in Marina del Rey A power boat struck a kayaker in Marina del Rey on Monday, law enforcement said. Above, crews row boats through the marina. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times) A kayaker was struck and killed by a power boat Monday in Marina del Rey, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lt. Deryl Walker said. The crash occurred about 1:10 p.m. near the marina’s south jetty, when an “approximately 50-foot power vessel” hit the kayaker, Walker said. A woman’s body was recovered but had yet to be identified, he said. There was “no evidence of a crime,” but the death remained under investigation, Walker said.
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