CENTER CITY, Minn. — The Chisago County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that a body recently recovered from the St. Croix River was missing teen D'Andrea Sanvig.
The 18-year-old Sanvig fell into the river on April 11 after losing his footing while climbing a rocky ledge at Interstate Park. Crews searched a turbulent St. Croix River for days before halting operations. Sanvig's death has been classified as a drowning, according to a release from the office.
His body was found and recovered on Friday, May 26.
"Over the past month, extensive efforts have been put forth in an attempt to locate D’Andrea. We are grateful his family is able to move towards closure from this situation," said Captain Derek Anklan in a release.
The sheriff's office says several agencies in both Minnesota and Wisconsin had been working to find Sanvig.
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