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Body of Canadian women found at the bottom of hotel's cistern

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The body of a missing Canadian women was found Tuesday at the bottom of a water cistern on the roof of the Cecil Hotel, New York Daily News said.

Elisa Lam, 21, had been missing for two weeks prior to the discovery of her body in the California Hotel's water cistern, Fox news reported.

Ultimately headed for Santa Cruz, Lam arrived in California on Jan. 27 and was last seen at the Cecil Hotel on Jan. 31, CBS news reported. Lam was a University of British Columbia student and was traveling alone, New York Daily News said.

Guests complaints about low water prompted a hotel maintenance worker to check the water cisterns, finding Lam's body around 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Fox news said.

The cause of death is still under investigation, New York Daily News said.

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