He said that her body was not hidden or covered by anything and that he thought Nora had moved around or she would have been found by previous search teams who painstakingly combed the area.
Mr Yeap suggested that Nora may have got lost elsewhere and walked to the waterfall in search of water.
"I think maybe she was elsewhere and walked to the stream perhaps to drink some water," he said.
"The place where she was found is not easy to find. I wonder if she had been following the stream as there were no footprints which means she could have been walking in the water as it was not very deep."
We knew not to touch the body and let the police do their work.
"The police took about 40 minutes to get there and sealed of the scene. We all had to make statements at the police station.
"I feel so sorry for them (the family) but I am glad that we were able to find the body and they did not have to wait even longer to know what happened."
Wednesday: 14th August - 8pm Prayers for the Quoirin family
Thursday 15th August - On the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the 8pm Mass will be offered for Nora Quoirin. Celebrant: Fr Marcus Holden
Not sure about dehydration but I know hypothermia is almost impossible to rule as a certainty. Often when there is no obvious cause of death, and no toxins, hypothermia is assumed as the cause (depending on environmental circumstances)