The body of 35-year-old Teresa Villano was found on Monday, making her the final victim to be recovered from the June 16 tubing accident
Authorities have recovered the body of the final missing tuber three weeks after a tragic accident in a North Carolina that left five people dead.
The body of 35-year-old Teresa Villano was found at 4pm on Monday near the Draper Boat Landing, in North Carolina.
Villano was 24 weeks pregnant at the time of the accident on June 16.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The mother-to-be is the final victim to be recovered from the tragic tubing accident in the Dan River in Rockingham County, the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.
In mid-June Villano and her family went tubing with family visiting from La Porte, Indiana.
At around 7.30pm on June 16, just before dark, their tubes went over the 8ft high Duke Energy dam in Eden, Fox 8 News reported.
Ruben Villano, 35, Teresa's twin brother, his son Eric Villano, 14, his daughter Irene Villano, 18, and Ruben's nephew Karlos Villano, 14, who was visiting from La Porte, were rescued the day after the accident when a Duke Energy worker spotted some of the victims clinging to their tubes in the churning current at the base of the dam and called 911.
Authorities recovered the body of Sophie Wilson, 14, and then the body of seven year old Isiah Crawford on June 27
Authorities recovered the bodies of Bridish Crawford, 27, Antonio Ramon, 30 following a tragic tubing accident in North CarolinaInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The survivors spent some 19 hours in the water before they were rescued. .
Authorities recovered the bodies of Bridish Crawford, 27, Antonio Ramon, 30, and Sophie Wilson, 14, who was also visiting from La Porte, later that day.
The body of Bridish's son, seven-year-old Isiah Crawford, was