An emergency responder’s drone helps to locate the body of a drowned man in Mahwah Lake, NJ. On Monday afternoon the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office has yet to release his identity.
Emergency responder’s drone helps locate the body of a drowned man in Mahwah Lake, NJ
On Monday, the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a Bergenfield man drowned while swimming at Ramapo Valley County Reservation on Saturday.
Around 6:30 PM the man was reported missing and police and rescue teams were called him to search for him, according to the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office.
With the help of an emergency responder’s drone, the man’s body was eventually discovered. Divers brought the body back to land, where it was turned over to the local medical examiner, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
The Mahwah Police Department assisted in the recovery, according to Patch.
We have no information on the make and model of the emergency responder’s drone used in this recovery.
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