Body Found in submerged car is missing woman Lisa Hayden-Gordon, police say

Police on Sunday confirmed that the body recovered inside a car pulled from the New River two days ago is that of missing piano teacher Lisa Hayden-Gordon.

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Body of missing piano teacher found in river

By Katherine Cavazini

updated 9:47 AM EST, Mon March 02, 2015


  • Volunteers using sonar equipment discovered missing woman’s car in the New River on Friday
  • Police confirm body in car is that of Lisa ‘Noodles’ Hayden-Gordon
  • The missing 52-year-old was last seen January 24 after attending a concert

A body found inside of a vehicle removed from a Florida river on Friday is confirmed to be a missing piano teacher who vanished in January, Fort Lauderdale police said in a news release.

Lisa “Noodles” Hayden-Gordon’s vehicle was located early Friday morning in the New River of Cooley’s Landing after volunteers from Team Watters Sonar Search and Recovery Inc. scanned the waterway using sonar equipment.

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Chrissy Williams found dead

Family and friends gather near the Ohio River in Rosiclare after the body of Chrissy Williams was found in a red SUV pulled from the river about 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

ROSICLARE – After a nearly four-month search, Chrisandra “Chrissy” Williams’ body was found in a red SUV in the Ohio River near Rosiclare in Hardin County.

Tami Jackson, who had been leading a search for her sister for months, finally had some closure.

“We were finally able to bring her (Williams) home where she belongs,” Jackson said. “It is what we have been trying to do for nearly four months now.”


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