The body of a second person was recovered from the Saint-Charles River on Thursday afternoon, 11 days after two students sank in the river.
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The body of a woman was found in the river around 2 p.m., near 2055 rue du Haut-Bord, north of boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel.
Everything suggests that it would be Christelle Marielle Kouass, who was swept away by the current along with Kevin Timneu Fezeau, on the evening of May 29. His identity has not yet been confirmed, however.
The body of Mr. Fezeau was also found on May 1, 400 meters from the last place where the two victims were seen.
The Quebec police announced last Monday that they had ended the search to locate the missing woman since "all the means that had to be deployed to find [la] have been implemented.
More information to follow...