6 bodies discovered by Canadian authorities in the St. Lawrence River

Canada drowned bodies St.Lawrence river
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According to local media, authorities in Canada discovered the bodies of six individuals, including a baby, in the St. Lawrence River.

According to CTV News, the first body was discovered during an air search involving the Canadian Coast Guard about 5 p.m. on Thursday in a marsh in Akwesasne, a Mohawk territory that borders Quebec, Ontario, and New York State in the United States, says Xinhua.

According to police, an overturned boat was spotted in the location where the dead were recovered by a crew on board a Canadian Armed Forces Griffon aircraft.

Authorities are working to identify the dead individuals and determine their legal status in Canada.

According to officials, there is no danger to the public at this moment.

According to CTV News, the murdered youngster was discovered holding a Canadian passport.

According to the article, local police would request air help to aid with the investigation.

The autopsy findings are awaiting police to ascertain the cause of death.