GRIM FIND: Police have recovered the body of a female whose car went into the Brisbane River off the Goodna Boat Ramp.
GRIM FIND: Police have recovered the body of a female whose car went into the Brisbane River off the Goodna Boat Ramp. David Nielsen

Police divers retrieve drowned woman from Brisbane River

POLICE divers recovered  the body of a female from the Brisbane River on Saturday afternoon after a car went into the water off the Goodna Boat Ramp.

Earlier witnesses had told police that they thought they had seen a man in the car.

Police are treating the incident as not being suspicious.

 

EARLIER:

THERE are fears a man has drowned after driving a car into the Brisbane River at the Goodna Boat Ramp on Saturday morning.

At 7.40am a male was seen by witnesses driving a vehicle down the boat ramp at speed.

The vehicle is now fully submerged and police divers are on their way to retrieve a possible body and the vehicle.

Police don't have a registration for the vehicle, so do not know at this stage who may have been driving the vehicle.

The boat ramp is currently closed.

Scenes of Crime are on scene as is the CIB.


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