You have found a body in your home, but you can’t find out who or where it belongs to.
Here are a few things you should know.1.
If you find your dead body in a river, lake, ditch, pond or other body of water, you must immediately contact the appropriate police or emergency services, which can be a bit more involved than finding your body.2.
You can only notify police or police when the body is no longer visible and you can no longer identify the body, and you must also inform them about your own physical condition.3.
You must notify the person who found your body, so the deceased can notify their family members.4.
If there is a missing person or deceased person and you have found your deadbody, you should inform them that you found your own body, because you do not know where the body went.5.
If your body is found in a body of a different age or sex, you will need to notify the coroner or a forensic pathologist who can examine your body and determine the cause of death.6.
If a body is discovered in a pool, you may have to notify authorities about the body before you have access to it.7.
You may not be able to contact the deceased or notify them of your finding if the body was found in water that is not accessible.
If you think you have a body and you cannot find out how it got there, you can contact the Royal Brisbane and Alice Springs Coroner’s Office on 1800 222 111.
You can also call the Royal Adelaide and Macquarie Coroners Service on 1800 228 944.
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