3rd body pulled from Ohio River in less than 24 hours

Authorities in Kentucky and Indiana are investigating after a third body was pulled from the Ohio River in less than 24 hours.
    
The Owensboro Messenger Inquirer reports Daviess County firefighters recovered the body of a woman between the ages of 30 and 50 on Thursday morning. Kentucky State Police do not have an identity.
    
On Wednesday, Indiana State Police recovered a woman’s body near Troy, Indiana, and Daviess County officials recovered the body of a man from the river.
    
The bodies found Wednesday were badly decomposed, but Kentucky State Police said the body found Thursday appeared to have been in the water no more than a day or two.
    
Autopsies were planned.

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