Police: Second body recovered from Budd Lake

Search teams have recovered the body of Clyde Schimanski III, the second teenager who disappeared in the icy waters of Budd Lake. The body of

The body of one of the missing boys was recovered yesterday afternoon.

The body of one of the missing boys was recovered yesterday afternoon. (1/9/13)

MOUNT OLIVE - Search teams have recovered the body of Clyde Schimanski III, the second teenager who disappeared in the icy waters of Budd Lake.

The body of the other missing boy was recovered yesterday afternoon. Family and friends identified that boy as Nick Cianciotto

Police say they received reports of screams for help coming from the lake around 6:20 p.m. Monday. Several dozen rescue members were called to the scene to help look for the boys.

Knapp said state police dive teams used sonar to try and locate the bodies and were on the bottom of Budd Lake in Mount Olive Township for two-and-a-half hours.

Speaking at a news conference, Mount Olive Mayor Robert Greenbaum said the entire town is grieving with the two families. A makeshift memorial has been set up near the lake and a funeral fund has been established for one of the boys.

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Nick Cianciotto Memorial fund

PNC Bank
3 Naughright Rd.
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Organizer : Jim
Bank rep: Diane Pearce

Contact : 908-850-4624

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