Woman's body found in the water tank of a Los Angeles hotel

Woman's body found in the water tank of a Los Angeles hotel

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Feb 20, 2013 at 11:32 PM PST
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It was a gruesome incident in which boarders of a hotel in Los Angeles came to know that the body of a woman lying inside the hotel's water tank was responsible for the low force of water coming out of the taps.

The water is used for drinking purposes and the residents of the $65-per night 600-room Cecil Hotel are obviously in a state of shock.

The water from this tank is used to cook and a coffee shop would be closed down for its utensils to be fully sanitized before reopening.

This has been reported in news.sky.com of dated 21st of February 2013.

The woman identified as Elisa Lam was a 21-year old from Canada and had been last seen 5-days earlier.

She was alone and had come from Vancouver on 26th of January 2013.

The police are investigating as to whether it was murder or an accident.

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