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NEEDMORE, Ind. (AP) -- Indiana conservation officers have recovered the body of a woman from a water-filled southern Indiana quarry.
Officers say the body of 37-year-old Jamie Fleenor was recovered about 5:30 a.m. Sunday after The Lawrence County Sheriff's Department received a report that a female had fallen into a quarry.
Officers say Fleenor was reported to have been walking a trail at the quarry pit next to an 80-foot-high cliff when she lost her footing, slipped over the edge and fell into the quarry about 60 miles south of Indianapolis.
They say initial indications are that Fleenor drowned, but an autopsy and toxicology reports are pending.