Identified! PA - Body in Susquehanna River near Bridge St, Plymouth, 20 July 2019 - Haley Lorenzen

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    PLYMOUTH — Police say that a body was pulled from the Susquehanna River on Saturday afternoon near Bridge Street.

    The Plymouth Fire and Rescue teams were dispatched at around 2:40 p.m. after a 911 call identified a body on the banks of the river. State police were called in and took over the investigation, which is still pending.

    Body found in Susquehanna River | Times Leader
     


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    Kayaker Spots Body in Susquehanna River

    July 20, 2019

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    Very little is known about the body that was pulled from the Susquehanna River this afternoon but officials were on scene working for nearly two hours to retrieve the body.

    The Luzerne County Coroner arrived on scene shortly before 4 p.m.

    He would not confirm if the remains were male or female.

    State police are leading the investigation, and an autopsy has not yet been scheduled.

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    Police: body found in river

    Jul 20, 2019

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    Caution tape and emergency responders are not what people living near the Susquehanna River in Plymouth expected to see Saturday afternoon.

    “This is a very quiet street. Hardly anything happens on this street,” Barbara Duddy, who lives on Beade Street said.

    But that changed in a hurry after a kayaker called 911 reporting a deadly discovery along the shoreline near the Plymouth/Larksville line.

    “All we know at this time was that a body was recovered in the river,” Plymouth Police Department patrolman Ryan Zielinski said.

    Responders stayed on scene for about two hours. They could not tell us how long ago the victim had been deceased but word at the scene is that the death did not appear to have happened recently.

    [...]

    No word yet on when an autopsy will be done. This is still an open investigation being led by state police.

    Saturday’s discovery comes seven months after a murder victim was reportedly thrown into the Susquehanna River in Wyoming County. The body of Haley Lorenzen was never recovered which was raising speculation Saturday night if the human remains could be hers.

    Police: body found in river

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    The reports state 'a body'. After 7 months since Haley Lorenzen was last suspected of being thrown into the river I suspect her body would not be intact. JMO IMO
     
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    Rest peacefully, Haley. I'm so sorry your life ended this way and at such a young age. Prayers for her loved ones.
     
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