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    (ANSA) – BRESCIA, AUGUST 16 – The body of the English tourist who had been missing since July 22 in the waters of Lake Garda was found by the Garda Volunteers. The man, 52-year-old Aran Chada, drowned from illness after saving his 14-year-old son. The body was on a depth of 316 meters, at a distance of 800 meters from the coast of the Municipality of Limone (Brescia), more or less in the area where it had been seen sinking on 22 July.

    The searches coordinated by the operations room of the Coast Guard of Lake Garda began immediately after the alarm launched by his wife on 112, through the use of naval units of the Coast Guard, the Fire Brigade, the State Police and the Finance, as well as with the divers of the Fire Brigade, the Coast Guard, and the Garda Volunteers equipped with depth search instruments with Rov and Sonar, who have alternated and cooperated in these days in depth searches. At the time of discovery, the CP 605 patrol boat was sent to the site, the crew of which collaborated with Volontari del Garda to recover the body.

    The magistrate on duty of the Brescia Public Prosecutor’s Office and the relatives of Aran Chada, currently in England, have already been informed to allow the recognition of their relative which will presumably take place in the coming days at the Brescia hospital. (HANDLE).

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    Source: Ansa

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