State medical examiner announces findings on bodies found in Foss Lake

The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office has released information about one victim found in Foss Lake last fall saying the victim died from drowning and the cause of death was an accident.In September 2013, six bodies were found in two cars in Foss Lake. The state ME said at the time that the identification of the remains could take between days and years to process.On Tuesday, the ME announced that one victim had been examined and processed by the department. The findings show the victim's death was 'violent, unusual, or unnatural', the cause of death was listed as a probable drowning and it was an accident.

Related: See more photographs from the scene at Lake Foss.

The victim remains unidentified.The two vehicles pulled from the lake were a 1969 Chevy Camaro and a 1950's model Chevy. The Camaro belonged to Jimmy Williams, who was last seen November 20, 1970. He was driving the car with two friends, 18-year-old Thomas Rios and 18-year-old Leah Johnson.The other car was linked to a couple missing. John Alva Porter was last seen with Nora Duncan and Claybrun Hammock.Tuesday's results were for a victim in the Chevy. The report states that several personal items were found including remains of a bra strap, panty hose, red shoes, jewelry, and other clothes. The report also states that the remains were incomplete and they were missing about 42% of the bones belonging to the victim.
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