FRANKLIN, Ind. - A Franklin teen rescued by friends during a swimming incident in June was recovering at home Friday evening.
Sarah McLevish was released from Riley Hospital for Children on Thursday, family members confirmed.
Her family said she was resting comfortably and will continue therapy at home.
Jason Moran, 17, and Michael Chadbourne, 16, drowned trying to save McLevish from the waters of the Edinburgh Dam on June 6.
McLevish was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Two other friends were able to swim to safety.
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