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Bodies found in Chicago River, waterways are cause for concern

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Bodies found in the Chicago River and other waterways are of concern to the city of Illinois.

Below is a summary of the bodies recently found in the river. According to The Chicago Tribune, four people, including three women, were found dead in the city’s waters in a week.

According to the Tribune, the cause of death of the deceased is not yet clear, nor is it clear if any of them are connected. Yahoo News reported that police are still investigating each of the deaths and awaiting autopsy results to help determine the cause of death.

People have raised concerns onlinebut it is not yet clear how the people died.

Here’s what you need to know:


Karina Pena Alanis

Karina Alanis

CPDKarina Alanis

Authorities discovered the body of Karina Pena Alanis, 31, in the Chicago River on Friday morning, April 22, 2022, according to ABC7 Chicago.

She had been reported missing two weeks earlier. According to the TV station, the Chicago Police Marine Unit pulled her body from the river in the 2600 block of South Damen.

Here’s what the Chicago Police Department’s Missing Persons Report says for Alanis:

Surname PENA
First name Carina
age 31
Gender Female
height 5’00”
weight 100
Brown eyes
hair red
complexion light
race Hispanic
Last contact 07.04.2022
The above individual was last seen in the 4300 block area of ​​South Wood St wearing a maroon coat, white and black plaid blouse and blue jeans. Missing was recently diagnosed with depression. If you find him, please call 911 or contact Area One SVU detectives at 312-747-8380.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Alanis, who was suffering from depression, was last seen on April 7 at the 4300 block of South Wood Street.

According to NBC Chicago, Alanis was a pregnant mother of three.


Yuet Tsang

According to ABC7, Yuet Tsang, 80, was another woman whose body was pulled from the Chicago River.

Her body was found on Eleanor Street, near Bridgeport, on Saturday, April 23, 2022, according to the television network.

NBC Chicago reported, “She was discovered on Damen Avenue and pulled from the water around 7:50 a.m..” This news station reported that the circumstances of her death were not clear.


Unknown woman

According to the Tribune, the body of another woman, unidentified here, was found in the river on the 100 block of North Riverside Plaza about an hour after Tsang’s body was found and about “four miles north.”

The circumstances surrounding the death of this woman are also not clear.


Unknown man

The Tribune reported that on April 17, a fourth body of an unidentified Lake Michigan man was recovered at the 3000 block of South Fort Dearborn Drive.

The circumstances of this man’s death remain unknown.

It is not clear if any of the dead encountered foul play.

According to Chicago River.org:

Forty miles north of downtown Chicago, the Chicago River begins its journey in Park City, Illinois, where a small storm sewer enters the Greenbelt Forest Preserve and forms the headwaters of the Skokie River. From there it flows south through Lake County and Lake Bluff, Lake Forest, Highwood, Highland Park, then Glencoe where it reaches the Chicago Botanic Garden in Cook County. Immediately south of the Botanic Gardens, the Skokie River forms the Skokie Lagoons in the Cook County Forest Preserves in Winnetka. It then continues south to merge with the Middle Fork in the suburb of Northfield to form the Upper North Branch.

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