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Torso of woman found at base of Niagara Falls

MONTREAL -- A woman's headless torso was found at the base of the Niagara Falls, Canadian police said Thursday, ruling out any links to a similar body parts case in Toronto.

Passers-by noticed the torso floating on the lower Niagara River, near the Rainbow Bridge, on Wednesday, according to police. The limbs and head had been severed.

The body was transported to a nearby hospital, where a preliminary autopsy found that the victim was a “middle-aged” white woman with a pierced navel who has had at least one caesarean section and a tubal ligation procedure, according to police.

The authorities said the crime was not related to the murder of a Chinese Canadian woman whose body parts were discovered scattered throughout Toronto by her estranged boyfriend.

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