According to reports, on Saturday, while on the St. Clair River in Michigan, a fisherman discovered the body of a 36-year-old man.
As per the Times Herald, the unidentified man was retrieved from the river by the Port Huron Fire Department and the St. Clair County Dive Team.
The body of a 36-year-old man was found floating in the St. Clair River in Port Huron. https://t.co/gwwXsUkUCL
— CBS Detroit (@CBSDetroit) April 23, 2023
CBS Detroit reported that the fisherman found the body in the vicinity of the Blue Water River Walk and Desmond's Landing area.
According to the outlet, Sgt. Ryan Sheedy from the Port Huron Police Department (PHPD) stated that there were no visible indications of harm on the body.
The Times Herald stated that the body has been conveyed to the St. Clair County medical examiner's office for an autopsy, which is currently pending.
According to the Detroit News, 84-year-old Nadine Moses was reported missing on May 4, 2021, and remained missing for approximately five months until her body was discovered in the same river. The outlet reported that Moses' body was found inside her 2011 Ford Edge, which was submerged in the river around 30 feet from the shore.
The discovery of Moses' body was made by the Oregon diving group called Adventures with a Purpose, who were actively searching for missing individuals. The outlet further reported that the St. Clair County Dive Team recovered Moses' body and her vehicle from the river, following its discovery by the diving group.
The circumstances surrounding the incident that led to Moses' car being submerged in the river and her death are yet to be determined. However, the recovery of her body and vehicle provides a significant development in the investigation into her disappearance and death, which may provide some answers to her family and loved ones. The investigation into the incident remains ongoing.
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