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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Tue Aug 10, 2010 8:27 pm

New Jersey authorities say crews are searching the Delaware River
after a woman called a local hospital and said she had thrown her three
children off a bridge
.
A nurse at St. Joseph's Hospital in Philadelphia called police saying
Michelle "Shelly" Perez told her she had thrown her newborn child from
the Ben Franklin Bridge between New Jersey and Pennsylvania early Tuesday.
Perez also told another nurse at the hospital she threw her
4-year-old and 2-year-old children in the water from the bridge.
Perez, of Camden, N.J., was crying and told nurses she was walking on
a Camden street, though authorities are still attempting to locate her.
Taking part in the search were a Coast Guard helicopter and boats
from Philadelphia Police, New Jersey State Police, and Camden Fire and Rescue.


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Post by mermaid55 on Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:45 pm

Search Called Off for Kids Allegedly Thrown Off Bridge


No evidence woman's claims of throwing three kids into the Delaware are true



Authorities called off a search and rescue mission Tuesday afternoon after Delaware River Port Authority officials found no evidence to validate a woman's claim that she threw her three children off the Ben Franklin Bridge.

"We have no evidence of any activity of that type on our bridge during the hours in question," said authority spokesman Ed Kasuba, who noted the bridge is under constant surveillance.

The search began Tuesday morning after a woman phoned St. Joseph's Hospital in Philadelphia at about 4 a.m.

The woman told a nurse that she had thrown her newborn baby into the Delaware. A second call was also made to a local drug rehab center inside the hospital telling them she had thrown a baby, and two other children -- ages two and four -- into the river.

The hospital and drug rehab center both called 911.

Boats from the U.S. Coast Guard, Philadelphia Police, Pennsylvania State Police and New Jersey State Police all searched the river for several hours looking for the alleged missing children. A Coast Guard chopper also flew in from Atlantic City, N.J. to help.

But officials came up with nothing. DRPA employees also searched along and around the bridge and found no evidence anyone was there.

The Ben Franklin Bridge has two pedestrian walkways that are open between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. daily. Gates lock the walkways during overnight hours. Surveillance cameras from both sides of the river and bridge showed no signs of a woman or anything being thrown off the bridge early Tuesday, officials say.

In the calls, the woman identified herself as Shelly, Michelle Perez and Familia Perez. The woman also provided the hospital staffers with some personal information, officials say. Investigators have since said the information she provided was untrue.

The Coast Guard is asking anyone with information or who may know the woman to contact them at 215-271-4940.
http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/River-Search-Near-Ben-Franklin-Bridge-100331079.html
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