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The body of Michael Rynders, the missing kayaker on Elk River, was recovered about 11:30 a.m. Friday, said Sgt. Chad Pate of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency's Marine Patrol Division.
Rynders has been missing since Wednesday.
The Limestone County Sheriff's Office reports that crews have recovered a body from the Elk River, believed to be the kayaker who went missing on Wednesday.
Rescue officials reported Thursday that the search for 39-year-old Michael Rynders of Athens had been reclassified as a recovery effort.
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