Coast Guard finds body in Lake Erie

<span id="bIImageViewer_CaptionTextID">A body recovered Tuesday evening from Lake Erie has been identified as a boater missing since April 17.</span>

A body has been pulled from Lake Erie, two days after the body of a boater missing since April was pulled from the water.

The U.S. Coast Guard recovered the body Thursday afternoon. It has been sent to the Lucas County Coroner's Office for identification and autopsy.

On Tuesday, the body of Bryan Huff was found along the shoreline. He is the third of four boaters that went missing on Lake Erie after a fishing trip April 17. They were reported missing after not returning from a fishing trip near Rattlesnake Island, northeast of Put-in-Bay.

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Search crews recovered the bodies of 33-year-old Amy Santus and 17-year-old Paige Widmer within a day after the group went missing.

The body found Thursday may be that of the group's fourth member, 33-year-old Andrew Rose of Maumee.

Officials found the group's partially submerged boat near Toussaint Reef.