UPDATE: Searchers recover second body from Ohio River after deadly July 4 boating accident
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Searchers have recovered a second body from the Ohio River following a deadly boating accident that happened July 4.
LMPD Spokesperson Alicia Smiley said a female body was found around 11:30 Tuesday morning by LMPD's River Unit.
Smiley said the body was found at the 614 mile point near Dow Chemical.
The woman's identity has not yet been confirmed by the coroner's office.
On Tuesday, officials released the name of a man who was recovered from the Ohio River Monday evening and say he was a missing boater.
Deputy Coroner Jack Arnold has identified the man as 37-year-old Danal Swinney.
Arnold said Swinney was pronounced dead at 7:49 p.m. Monday after his body was recovered. Swinney and others went missing July 4 after a boat he was on capsized. A total of nine people were on the pontoon that capsized.
Arnold also said the cause of death was consistent with drowning.
Swinney's body was found near the Falls of the Ohio.
Two other people died in the incident.
Searchers are still looking for a young girl.
WDRB will update this story as more details become available.
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