Authorities have recovered the body of a woman from the Colorado River at the Grand Canyon, but there is no word yet if it is the remains of an Englewood, Colo., woman who disappeared in earlier this year.

In January, we wrote about 21-year-old Kaitlin Anne Kennedy, who went missing during in river trip.

On Wednesday, boaters called rangers from a satellite phone to report finding a woman’s body at river mile 165 near Tuckup Canyon. The following morning, park rangers were flown to the area and brought the body back to the rim via helicopter, according National Park Service Officials.

The identity and other details haven’t been released pending positive identification and notification of relatives, but the Arizona Daily Sun pointed out the body was found about 30 miles down stream from where Kennedy disappeared.

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