By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
There could be an end to the Paige Aiello disappearance.
While there have been volunteers looking for her for weeks, an unidentified female body has been recovered from the Hudson River yesterday afternoon. The location is in northern Manhattan, which is reportedly one mile from where she was last seen at the George Washington Bridge.
The family has been hoping for her safe return since this ordeal started. More than a week ago, they even offered a reward for her safe return.
The body will now undergo an autopsy, where the medical examiner is expected to identify the body. The autopsy should take place soon, with answers coming afterwards.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has said that the video on the bridge has not indicated whether Aiello jumped into the river, in what would be called a suicide attempt.
Aiello, a former TCNJ tennis player and team captain, has been missing since April 9th. She was picked up from class from at around 1 pm, then was driven home by her father. Then afterwards, this ordeal started to take place, as she used her mother’s car to go to the train station.
She would then take a train to New York, and walk towards the George Washington Bridge. That’s where her purse and cell phone would be found.
After that, it was like she disappeared into thin air. But there were reported sightings from individuals, who were trying to help, but those sightings may not be true if this body is actually Aiello’s.
And on April 27th, the women’s tennis team had their Senior Day, which was strange with Aiello missing.
Aiello did not play this spring for the women’s tennis team, as she was injured. But she did play in the fall season, where she went 9-2 in individual games. She also went 12-1 in doubles.
If it is Aiello, who was found yesterday, the team would get devastating news. Today, the women’s tennis team takes on SUNY Geneso in the NCAA Tournament first round.
Shortly before Aiello’s disappearance, the women’s tennis team lost to Swarthmore College, which was their first loss of the season on April 7th. In this match, the Lions lost 5-4.
Then, on April 20th, they lost again, for their second loss of the season, against the University of Mary Washington. The Lions lost 6-3 in this match.
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