Police say the deaths are not connected
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A man’s body was found in the River Calder in Dewsbury at 11.37am.
It’s the fourth waterways tragedy in a month — a body was pulled from the Rover Calder on Good Friday, a Huddersfield teenager was found dead in the Huddersfield Broad Canal at Hillhouse, and a 77-year-old man died despite being rescued from the Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal at Thornhill Lees.
It is believed the man had been living in a purple tent.
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“What the hell is going on here. To find four people all in the same type of place in such a short space of time must mean they are all connected somehow.” - Vanessa Mallalieu
“The forth body in the space of a month and all these areas are basically connected to each other . Far from quincedence I believe. The police need to start warning the public.” - Peter Rashad
Disclaimer - it might not be the same man
The area's been sealed off
Man found 'may have been living in a purple tent'
Map of the area
Here’s a view of the area from above:
Fourth waterways tragedy in Kirklees in a month
The grim news comes just six days after the body of a man was recovered from the River Calder at Mirfield.
He was found in the river close to the John Cottons factory in Mirfield.
And earlier this month, the canals in the area claimed two lives.
A Huddersfield teenager was found dead in the Huddersfield Broad Canal at Hillhouse, while a 77-year-old man died despite being rescued from the Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal at Thornhill Lees.
Body found in canal on March 17 - Chloe Glover reports
Police were called to Dewsbury about 12noon and sent a number of units to the scene, which is close to the railway line.
Picture from the river
This picture of emergency crews was tweeted by Ash Milnes
Our reporter Robert is at the scene
Here’s what we know so far:
Police are at the scene of another waterways tragedy in Kirklees.
It is believed a body has been found in the River Calder in Dewsbury.
Police cars and ambulances are at the scene on a playing fields complex off Mill Street East, close to the centre of Dewsbury.
No further details have been released as yet.