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05 July 2017 | 14:56
Girl from Moldova who went missing on the shore in Romania, was found dead
The body of the 11-year-old girl from Moldova, who disappeared last week in the sea, was found after nine days of searches in tBelona area of Eforie Nord, Mediafax reports.
The child's body was brought to shore by military firefighters.

On June 27, the little girl went to bathe in the sea with her 13-year-old sister and their mother, although bathing was forbidden because of heavy waves and strong currents.

The 13-year-old mother and daughter were rescued and brought to shore, but the little girl was not found anymore, her body being carried away by the currents. The mother and the two girls are from Chisinau and had a holiday at seaside. 

Redactor: Rodica Mazur

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