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Tragic Discovery Made: Body of Missing 2-Year-Old Found by Delaware River

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UPPER MAKEFIELD TWP, Pennsylvania – A heartbreaking discovery was made when the body of a 2-year-old girl was found along the Delaware River in Philadelphia, Your Content has learned.

Officials strongly believe it to be Matilda Sheils, one of the two children reported missing after severe flooding hit Bucks County. The devastating floods had swept away members of their family from Charleston, South Carolina, according to ABC.

As Your Content readers know, The young girl’s mother, Katie Seley, tragically lost her life in the severe weather, while Matilda’s 9-month-old brother, Conrad Sheils, is still missing. However, the father, Jim Sheils, a 4-year-old sibling, and the grandmother survived the catastrophe.

The authorities in Upper Makefield Township held a press conference, where they shared that the child’s description and clothing found on the body matched Matilda Sheils. The other flood victims were Enzo De Piero, 78, and Linda De Piero, 74, both from Newtown, along with Yuko Love, 64, of Newtown, and Susan Barnhart, 53, of Titusville, New Jersey, according to Bucks County Coroner Meredith Buck.

The search for Conrad Sheils will continue, as the community mourns the loss of young Matilda and other victims of this tragic event.

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