Joint efforts of rescue teams still continue searching for the body of a 9-month-old infant boy swept away in a flash flood in Pennsylvania.
Body of 9-Month-Old Infant Boy
Rescue teams in Pennsylvania continue to search for the body of a 9-month-old infant boy in Pennsylvania. This time, they focus on one area after they found the dead body of his 2-year-old sister from the Delaware River. They immediately search the area just hours after the body of the girl was recovered.
In a published article in NBC News, the Upper Makefield Township police posted on their official Facebook account that the body of the 2-year-old girl was brought home to the family but the authorities were devastated and disappointed that they were not able to reunite the the 9-month-old boy to his sister and family.
Joint Effort to Recover the Body of 9-Month-Old Infant Boy
According to a published article in Yahoo News, a joint effort from the different rescue teams, marine units, police, fire personnel, and hundreds of people are now helping each other to recover the body of the 9-month-old infant boy.
They said that they are now using K-9s, sonar, drones, boats, divers, heavy equipment, GPS mapping and air units, according to the police officers. Furthermore, their focus on search and rescue operations is now centered on an area near where the creek that flooded enters the Delaware River.