Body Discovered Beneath Ferryboat Docked In SF

A body was recovered from the water at the end of the Hyde Street Pier in San Francisco Monday morning, a police spokesman said.

The incident was reported at 11:37 a.m. and the medical examiner was called to the scene, Officer Gordon Shyy said.


Body found near historic SF ferry [Chron]
Body Found Underneath Ferry Boat at Hyde Street Pier [Weekly]
Body found at Hyde Street pier [Ex]

The person was found deceased underneath the Eureka ferryboat, a fire dispatcher said. The Eureka is a 300-foot steamboat built in 1890 that is docked in San Francisco, according to the National Park Service’s website.

Police, fire department personnel and U.S. Park Police were at the scene, Shyy said.

Jamey Padojino, Bay City News

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