A drowning incident at the Menominee River Badwater Train Bridge Tuesday afternoon has claimed the life of a Norway teen. According to the Dickinson County Sheriff Department, several teenagers were swimming at the bridge when one of the swimmers became distressed in the heavy current. Several other teens entered the current to help the distressed swimmer who eventually made it to shore with assistance. A second swimmer who entered the current was swept away from the bridge in the heavy current. The current carried the swimmer towards the Wisconsin side shoreline. He was last seen near the shoreline by the private access road to the Twin Falls Power Dam. Several boats were deployed in a search effort consisting of Law Enforcement,Breitung Township Fire and civilian volunteers. The Delta County Dive Team was also assisting and located the victim,identified as 17 year old Bryan Christopher Stanchina of Norway. The victim was located in approximately 14 feet of water near the location last seen by witnesses. Officials indicate the rescue effort was made more difficult because of the strong current. After being removed from the water the victim was pronounced dead by the Florence County Coroner. Assisting was the MSP-Iron Mountain Post,Florence County Sheriff,Michigan DNR,Wisconsin DNR,Breitung Township Fire,Florence Rescue,Beacon Ambulance The Red Cross,WE Energies and the Dickinson County Road Commission.