Second Body Found at Explosion Site in Mississauga
Not long after the possibility was brought up, police have confirmed that a second body was found among the rubble and debris of the exploded house, according to CTV News.
The body is that of a male who has not yet been identified. We can speculate that it belongs to Robert Nadler, one of the two missing homeowners linked to the address where the explosion occurred.
The first body found was that of a woman who may be Nadler's wife and the other homeowner, Diane Page.
Her identity also has yet to be confirmed as we wait for the results of the police's autopsy, which is to take place sometime today.
If our speculations are correct, this could be the tragic tale of a married couple dying together in an extremely unconventional manner. The investigation has yet to uncover whether the blast was accidental or intentional.
One of the only clues we know of so far is the eerie writing found at the scene. The notes may have been written by Page herself, as one of the pages mentions the writer's husband.
Stay tuned for further updates.
- Police Looking For Homeowners And May Have Found A Second Victim in Explosion
- Second Victim at Explosion Site Identified in Mississauga
- Police on Scene After Dead Body Found in Park Area in Mississauga
- Peel Police Investigating After Dead Body Found in Mississauga
- UPDATE: Police no longer investigating body found in Mississauga home
- OPINION: Ontario’s new restrictions are pure theatre and everyone in Mississauga and Brampton should be furious
- Police won't randomly stop people or vehicles in Mississauga and Brampton
- Playgrounds allowed to reopen in Mississauga and Brampton
- New police powers will be toned down in Mississauga, Brampton and Ontario: Government source
- Three of Ontario's worst COVID-19 hotspots are in Mississauga