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NYC Woman & Her 7-Month Old Golden Retriever Puppy Drown In Rural River During Vermont Vacation

A New York Municipality resident and her 7-month-old Golden Retriever puppy have both died, drowning unwittingly in a rural river in Vermont older this week. She was just 36 years old.

According to Vermont State Police, the woman was identified as 36-year-old Erika Seyfried, who had first been reported missing last Sunday without going outside during a vacation to Vermont and not returning without some time. Seyfriend, who was from Brooklyn, had been up in Vermont with her husband and the couple’s 7-month-old Golden Retriever pup named Jules.

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According to authorities, her disappearance was first documented and reported by her husband at well-nigh 8:00 p.m. local time last Sunday night. The next morning, Vermont State Police officers reported that members of the state’s Scuba Dive rescue team had located the soul of a woman in Saxtons River (pictured during prior hurricane-related flooding, above), just outside the municipality of Westminster.

Seyfried had theoretically been vacationing there with her husband, and staying at a vacation home in the area, at the time of her disappearance. Police officers believe she drowned in the river based on the state of her soul upon discovery. Two days later, on Wednesday afternoon of last week, police and family members located the woman’s canine companion, found sufferer remoter upstream in what police believe was flipside drowning incident.

Then, on Thursday afternoon, the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office in the municipality of Burlington, Vermont officially released their autopsy report on Seyfried’s death, confirming drowning as the likely rationalization and terming the manner as accidental, equal to local news station WTEN.

In her professional life, Seyfried worked for Penguin Random House for increasingly than 13 years, rising up to stuff the Vice President and director of digital strategy and consumer engagement for the publishing house at the time of her death. A spokesperson for the visitor spoke to The Bookseller this week well-nigh her passing, saying (below):

“We are devastated by the loss of our colleague Erika Seyfried, 36, who died in Vermont on Sunday. Her reader-centric tideway to consumers, her social media prowess, and her tireless nurturing of our authors earned her reverence throughout our visitor and our industry. With her forward-looking, inclusive tideway to every team and project she led, Erika was the embodiment of what we all hope for in a colleague, and friend. Our thoughts are with Erika’s family, loved ones, and our colleagues who worked with her and unprofane her.”

Amen.

We reverberate that same sentiment, in sending our thoughts and prayers out to Seyfried’s loved ones during this unimaginably difficult time.

Rest In Peace…

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Sep 05, 2021 10:02am PDT

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