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US Toddler, who went missing after father's pick up truck wound up in a river, found dead

01:30  29 november  2021
01:30  29 november  2021 Source:   usatoday.com

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She and her father were reported missing the day before duck hunters found his truck submerged in the White River .(Source: Bartholomew County Sheriff via Facebook). Deputies were called to the scene around 5:59 a.m. Friday to the 1700 block of Blessing Road, after duck hunters spotted the truck in the east fork of White River near a farm lane at the end of Beatty Lane. The single occupant, Jeremy Sweet, was found inside the truck and was taken by EMS to Columbus Regional Hospital, where he was treated for exposure of hypothermia, said Bartholomew County Sheriff Matt Myers in a Facebook

She and her father were reported missing the day before duck hunters found his truck submerged in the White River .(Source: Bartholomew County Sheriff via Facebook). Deputies were called to the scene around 5:59 a.m. Friday to the 1700 block of Blessing Road, after duck hunters spotted the truck in the east fork of White River near a farm lane at the end of Beatty Lane. The single occupant, Jeremy Sweet, was found inside the truck and was taken by EMS to Columbus Regional Hospital, where he was treated for exposure of hypothermia, said Bartholomew County Sheriff Matt Myers in a Facebook

Emma Sweet, 2, was last seen with her father on Wed., Nov. 24. © Courtesy of the Bartholomew County Sheriff's Office Emma Sweet, 2, was last seen with her father on Wed., Nov. 24.

The body of a 2-year-old Indiana girl who has been missing since last week was found Sunday, local sheriffs announced.

The toddler, Emma Sweet, was found by the Bartholomew County Water Rescue and Recovery Team, 3 miles downstream from where her father, Jeremy Sweet, had been found alive by duck hunters on Friday. He had been found in a pickup truck submerged in the White River and was sent to Columbus Regional Hospital to be treated for hypothermia.

The Bartholomew County Sheriff Office said the pair were last seen on Wednesday at noon and reported missing a day later. Her father is being held on a 72-hour hold without bond while the investigation into Emma's death continues, according to the latest update.

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She and her father were reported missing the day before duck hunters found his truck submerged in the White River .(Source: Bartholomew County Sheriff via Facebook). Deputies were called to the scene around 5:59 a.m. Friday to the 1700 block of Blessing Road, after duck hunters spotted the truck in the east fork of White River near a farm lane at the end of Beatty Lane. The single occupant, Jeremy Sweet, was found inside the truck and was taken by EMS to Columbus Regional Hospital, where he was treated for exposure of hypothermia, said Bartholomew County Sheriff Matt Myers in a Facebook

She and her father were reported missing the day before duck hunters found his truck submerged in the White River .(Source: Bartholomew County Sheriff via Facebook). Deputies were called to the scene around 5:59 a.m. Friday to the 1700 block of Blessing Road, after duck hunters spotted the truck in the east fork of White River near a farm lane at the end of Beatty Lane. The single occupant, Jeremy Sweet, was found inside the truck and was taken by EMS to Columbus Regional Hospital, where he was treated for exposure of hypothermia, said Bartholomew County Sheriff Matt Myers in a Facebook

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The Bartholomew County coroner's office is working to identify a cause of the toddler's death and the sheriff's office said it is investigating how she ended up there.

The disappearance of Sweet and her father last Thursday sparked a widespread search for them involving 14 agencies.

In the Facebook statement, county Sheriff Matt Myers praised the work of the agencies in bringing Sweet's body home to her family.

"I have never in my 30 years in law enforcement seen such cooperation and teamwork in an investigation,” Myers said. “I had no doubt that the men and women searching for Emma would find her.”

“I pray the Lord to comfort them during this difficult time."

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This article originally appeared on Indianapolis Star: Toddler, who went missing after father's pick up truck wound up in a river, found dead

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