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Ireland Search operation launched after 'woman seen entering water' in the River Lee on Wednesday night

13:35  10 october  2019
13:35  10 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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After an intense police search , her body was found in her car in a fast-flowing river on Wednesday afternoon. An inquest yesterday heard the young woman 's provisional cause of death was drowning and a head injury. "Subsequent police inquiries located her car submerged in the Sirhowy River .

Search continues for occupant of second car which entered River Lee early on Friday. The body of a man has been recovered from a car found in the River Lee in Cork on Friday morning. The car was discovered during a routine search operation by a local search and rescue operation .

a bridge over a body of water: The River Lee (stock) © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited The River Lee (stock) A search operation will resume this morning after reports that a woman entered the water in the River Lee last night.

Emergency services rushed to the scene at George's Quay in Co Cork at around 10pm on Wednesday.

Units of Cork City Fire Brigade, as well as Gardai, made it to the scene but were unable to find anyone in the water before the coastguard took control of the operation, Cork Beo reports.

The search is now set to continue on Thursday morning.

A garda spokesman said: "A search operation is set to resume this morning following reports of a female entering the water at Georges Quay in Cork at approximately 10pm on October 9.

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A massive search and rescue operation was launched late on Friday night after reports several people were seen swimming in the River Medway. Sources estimated around £50,000 was spent on the rescue operation as it costs £15,000 an hour to deploy the Coastguard rescue helicopter alone.

The search for the body, in the river close to Kirkstall Road, was launched last night (Tuesday), after a 17-year-old man was seen entering the water at A police helicopter, officers, paramedics and firefighters were all called to the scene. The body was recovered from the water in the River Aire at

"No further information is available currently. Investigations are ongoing."

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