Officials find dead body during routine practice dive in Rochester

A sheriffs office practice dive team turned up a woman’s body in downtown Rochester. Officials discovered the body of the adult female while performing a routine practice dive in the Zumbro River. An autopsy is scheduled Monday.
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A sheriffs office practice dive team turned up a woman’s body in downtown Rochester. Officials discovered the body of the adult female while performing a routine practice dive in the Zumbro River. An autopsy is scheduled Monday.

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