July 6, 2022

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Body recovered in Quebec: Kroner office confirms identity of Crystelle Mariel Kaus

Body recovered in Quebec: Kroner office confirms identity of Crystelle Mariel Kaus

The remains of Crystelle Marielle Kauss were pulled out of the Saint-Charles River on Thursday afternoon, 11 days after she and one of her friends drowned in the river.

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Authorities initially announced the discovery of a woman’s body in the river at 1:10 p.m.

Photo QMI Agency, Rene Leclerc

The body was handed over to Coroner for official identification. The identity of 22-year-old student Kristelle Mariel Cous was not confirmed until Friday morning.

Photo QMI Agency, Rene Leclerc

After completing its active search on the river nearly a week ago, Quebec police on Thursday decided to reassemble its nautical unit due to a “window of opportunity”.

Photo QMI Agency, Marcel Tremble

In fact, the rising water level of the river, due to rainfall and activity at the dam on the north river, indicated favorable nautical conditions.

Photo by Dominic Lleivre

On May 29, Mr.Me Kevin Timney was washed away by the Cause current at the same time that Fiji was found dead in the early days of the search.

Photo QMI Agency, Rene Leclerc

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Two victims, in their twenties, are pursuing a master’s degree in business administration from the Faculty of Administrative Sciences at Laval University.

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Researchers at the Quebec City Police Department have loved the accidental thesis from the beginning to describe the unfortunate events.

Photo QMI Agency, Marcel Tremble