Man's body recovered from river in Gauteng

2016-10-22 20:27


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Johannesburg – The body of a man was recovered in a river in Henley on Klip in the Meyerton area on Saturday, Gauteng paramedics said.

The man's body is believed to have been in the river for two days, said ER24 spokesperson Chitra Bodasing Harduth.

The man was believed to be about 30 years old.

Paramedics and Midvaal Fire and Rescue used a rubber canoe to retrieve the body.

Bodasing Harduth said the body could have been in the water for at least two days.

An autopsy would have to be conducted to determine the cause of death.

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