UPDATE:  7/15/20 8:30am
Miami-Dade Police have confirmed that the body recovered yesterday was that of a white male.  Police are still investigating the matter and trying to identify the body as well as the cause of death.

Miami-Dade Police confirmed that a dead body was found floating in the canal parallel to the train tracks on the opposite side of Miami Springs.  Miami-Dade Police were at the scene.  Included were three of Miami-Dade’s Underwater Water Recovery Team Trucks.

Miami-Dade Police Underwater Recovery Team

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According to Miami-Dade Police, a citizen reported a body found floating in the canal at approximately 2:15pm.  The body was found in the canal that flows under the bridge after the train tracks.  It was not the Ludlam canal in Miami Springs.  It was the parallel canal just west of the train tracks.

Local media from Telemundo and from WSVN were on the scene to report back to viewers.

While we were there, we could see the Miami-Dade Police Underwater Recovery Teams attempting to setup a rope to retrieve the body.  At this time, police could only tell us it was a single body.  No word on sex, age, race, etc.

Below, you can see two of the three Miami-Dade Police Underwater Rescue Teams that were on the scene.

Medley Police also showed up to lend a hand.

Below you can see two of the Miami-Dade Police Underwater Rescue Teams arriving at the scene.

Naturally, Miami-Dade Police had the scene cordoned off to pedestrians.

Below you can see a view from the bridge facing the canal where the body was found.

The body was not visible from our vantage point and out of respect for the family, we wouldn’t want to show that anyways.

Miami-Dade Police would initially be able to share the sex of the body after it was retrieved, but it would be some time before they were able to determine the identity of the body and cause of death.  As you might expect, the investigation will be ongoing.




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