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The bodies of two nursing officers pulled from river

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The bodies of two nursing officers pulled from river
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Two bodies have been recovered from the Senneville basin in Rivière-des-Anguilles on Sunday, according to media reports.

The victims have been identified as 35 year-old Roddy Muthada Pottayya and 34-year-old Mitra Bungaroo. Both were friends and worked as nursing officers at the Souillac Hospital.

According to media reports, it was Roddy Pottayya’s partner who alerted Police that he had gone missing.

Roddy Pottayya’s car was reportedly found near Crocodile Park. His personal belongings, including those of his female colleague, were discovered in the car, together with bottles of beer.

L’Express newspaper reported that Mitra Bungaroo, a resident of Batimarais, suffered from depression. “Her shoes were found on the rocks from where she allegedly jumped into the water. It seems that Roddy Pottayya could not swim, but jumped into the river to help her. His car keys and other belongings were found on him.”

Both bodies were reportedly found in their nursing uniforms.

The newspaper said two individuals were questioned last night. So far, there seems to be no indication of foul play. Autopsy revealed that the deaths were due to asphyxia caused by drowning.

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