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Second worker swept away in storm found

The second and final sewer worker missing after a heavy rainstorm Thursday was found, the Pioneer Press reported Sunday. The body of Joe Harlow, 34, was recovered from the Mississippi River Saturday about 15 yards from where the body of his coworker, Dave Yasis, 23, had been found the previous day. The two were swept away Thursday while working in the sewer system below St. Paul's Frogtown neighborhood. Six other workers made it to safety as a strong afternoon storm dumped nearly a half inch of water in the area in less than half an hour. It is still unclear why Harlow and Yasis did not make it out of the sewers in time.