Two bodies found in canals in Miami-Dade and Broward

 

mcaceres@MiamiHerald.com

Two bodies were found in different South Florida canals Sunday afternoon.

One body was discovered floating in a canal near Tamiami Trail and Florida's Turnpike in West Miami-Dade.

The second body was found in a Dania Beach canal on the 5500 block of Southwest 25th Street.

The cause of the deaths for both victims is unknown.

Police said the Miami-Dade victim had been reported missing. No foul play is suspected, according to Officer Alvaro Zabaleta, spokesman for the Miami-Dade police.

Authorities from both counties have not yet released the identities of the victims.

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