Two bodies found in Passaic River ID’d as Seton Hall students missing in Ida floods

Two bodies found in Passaic River ID’d as Seton Hall students missing in Ida floods


Two bodies that were recovered in New Jersey this week were identified Friday as the missing college students swept away in Hurricane Ida’s flash floods, reports said.

Nidi Rana and Ayush Rana, who attended Seton Hall and lived in Passaic, hadn’t been seen since their car was overtaken by floodwaters during the peak of the storm late last Wednesday, NBC 4 reported.

A female body was first discovered in Passaic River on Wednesday, a little less than four miles away in Kearny, and the second corpse, a male body, was found near Route 21 and Clay Street, NJ.com reported.

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A state medical examiner in Newark confirmed their identities on Friday, the outlet said.

Using advanced, underwater sonar technology, search teams have been scouring the Passaic River for more than a week in hopes of recovering those still missing, NBC 4 said.

Donna Lomagro, 56, was nearly rescued on the night of the flood but

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