Divers find body of Edina woman in Mississippi River
The body of a 39 year-old woman from Edina was pulled from the Mississippi River on Wednesday.
Lisa Gustincic was found under the partially frozen river, that was according to Sun Newspapers, " in 8 feet of water about 125 feet from shore near the Camden Bridge in north Minneapolis, near 47th Street."
The Star Tribune reported that "Divers began searching for a possible missing person after a park worker called in to report a black Labrador retriever running near the Camden Bridge around 2 p.m."
The incident was tipped off by person who a black Labrador retriever pacing back forth near the area and trying to get close to the water. Minneapolis Fire and North Memorial were called to the scene. According to the Star Tribune, "When responders arrived, they found a wet cell phone and gloves near the hole."
Lisa Kiava, a public information officer for the sheriff's office told Sun Newspapers, "In some cases people fall through ice trying to retrieve pets. We don't know if that's the circumstances."
According to Sun Newspapers, the dog ran home on its own.
Both stories provided the same information, and had the same source. The Star Tribune also put the story in to context by citing other incidents, similar to this one. The Star Tribune also talked briefly about the technology that was used to search through the river.