Body Found In Ohio River Today

A body was found in the Ohio River today. Authorities are yet to confirm if the deceased were rescued. A conversation officer told WXIX that the cause of death remains unknown, but they are trying to obtain dental and medical records. They have not ruled out foul play but are looking into possible causes. Unless more information is discovered, the investigation will continue. To submit a story for publication on our site, please contact the reporter at the address listed above.

First responders from Pittsburgh have recovered the body, which was floating in the river. Rescue workers and Pittsburgh Emergency Medical Services responded to the area around 5:30 p.m. Saturday. A kayaker who was in the river directed rescuers to the body. River Rescue took the body to a North Shore boathouse where an autopsy was performed. The Allegheny County Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death.

A 9-year old boy named Ian Sousis was found floating in the Ohio River. Police say the boy had gone missing from the Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky on December 29. A boater found the body near a fast food restaurant in Covington, Kentucky. A preliminary autopsy is scheduled for Monday morning. Until then, a family is still unsure of the boy’s identity.

The man’s real name is Nelson William Lang. Authorities are investigating the cause of his death. To determine the cause of his death, an autopsy will be performed. The victim’s identity is being withheld at this time while the investigation takes place. Multiple agencies were dispatched to the area around Walnut Street in Lawrenceburg earlier. A man with a flotation device had been yelling for help near a riverbank, and bystanders attempted to rescue him. After many hours of searching, the body of the man was finally found in the river.

Despite the tragic circumstances, Mr. Thomas’ actions were acts of heroism. He volunteered to put his own life at risk to save someone else. It is unknown whether the woman has survived the incident. The investigation will continue until the remains of the victim are identified and recovered. If a family member is able to identify the dead man, it would be the perfect time to contact her family. This story will be kept updated frequently, so keep checking back!

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