A man's body has been recovered from the Murray River in southern NSW.
About 1pm on Tuesday emergency services were called to Thompsons Beach near the Victorian border towns of Cobram and Barooga, after reports a man got into difficulties while swimming in the river.
About 8.40pm officers from the Victorian Police Dive Unit found the 35-year-old man's body, submerged in four metres of water.
An investigation has begun into the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Eight people have drowned in NSW in the past nine days.
Australian Associated Press
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