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Who is the woman whose body was taken from the Cork river?

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Who is the woman whose body was taken from the Cork river?

She is a 60 year old woman.

The woman’s body was recovered from the Bandon river on Saturday.

The recovery of the body follows a well coordinated operation.

The death of the woman is being treated as a tragic incident.

Her body has been taken the Cork University Hospital mortuary.

The coroner [a government or judicial official who is empowered to conduct or order an inquest into the manner or cause of death, and to investigate] has  also been notified accordingly.

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It is not clear how the unnamed woman ended in the river.

It’s understood that the death is being treated as a tragic incident.
The Gardai had assistance from the Fire Brigade, Kinsale /Seven Heads of Coast Guard as well as the Civil Defence.
Others that took part in the search that led to the recovery of the body include the missing persons search recovery unit and the Munster lowland Search dogs.

Gardai issued statement on the recovery of the body in the Cork River.

A spokesperson for the Gardai said  “Following a search operation in the Bandon area of Co. Cork, the body of a female (60s) was located at the Bandon River on Saturday, 10 th September 2022.

“The body of the woman was taken to the mortuary at Cork University Hospital.

“The Coroner was also notified.”

The Missing persons search and recovery at the Cork City also confirmed and indicated the roe they played  in the recovery of the body.

They said: “CCMPSAR volunteers were requested today by Ań Garda Síochána to assist in a missing persons search in the Bandon area.

“We immediately responded with two vehicles, search boat and drone team .

Shortly after our arrival CCMPSR volunteers recovered the missing.

“We wish to pass on our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

“We would like to thank Bandon Fire Brigade, Kinsale/Seven Heads Coast Guard,Civil Defence West and Ań Garda Síochána for their help today .We would also like to thank Munster Lowland search dogs who were stood down en route.”

 

By Robert

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