A 62-year-old man from the Lower Hudson Valley was found dead floating in the water just before the holiday.

Police in the Lower Hudson Valley were told about a man floating in the water just before Memorial Day Weekend.

Body Found Floating In Water Near New Rochelle, New York


On Thursday at about 5:30 p.m., the New Rochelle Police Harbor Patrol was notified by a resident by a citizen that a white man around 50 to 60 years of age, was seen floating in the water near the channel leading out from the New Rochelle Marina to the Long Island Sound.

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New Rochelle Harbor Patrol responded and located the man. The man was found unconscious and unresponsive, police say.

Officers pulled the body onto a police boat and began lifesaving measures while bringing him to shore for transport to a local hospital.

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The man was identified as 62-year-old Jose Sanabria of White Plains, New York. He was ultimately pronounced deceased at a local hospital.

Police say the investigation is ongoing but foul play isn't suspected.

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"The investigation is ongoing and no foul play is suspected at this time pending results from the Medical Examiners office," the New Rochelle Police Department stated in a press release.

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