55-year-old New York banker Peter Axlerod, and his 7-year-old daughter Clio Dahyun Axlerod, were two of the seven people who were swept into the ocean at Acadia National Park. The father and daughter were at a spot called Thunder Hole, watching powerful 15 foot waves crashing into a crevice. The Coast Guard rescued Peter Axlerod, but was unable to get to Clio Axlerod in time. (NY Daily News) The waves, unusually tall from Hurricane Bill, swept the father and daughter, and five others, out...Read Full Story
Clio Axlerod was tragically killed in an accident in Acadia National Park in August 2009. The 7 year old girl was swept into the ocean by huge waves and drowned.