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Bayside Man Found Dead Floating in Lake at Alley Pond Park

The body of Khiron Anderson was discovered in the water at Oakland Lake Thursday (Facebook and NYC Parks)

The body of Khiron Anderson was discovered in the water at Oakland Lake Thursday (Facebook and NYC Parks)

Oct. 1, 2021 By Michael Dorgan

The body of a man who had been missing for more than a week was found floating in a lake at Alley Pond Park Thursday.

Khiron Anderson, from Bayside, was discovered in the water by a passer-by at Oakland Lake in Alley Pond Park at around 12:45 p.m., police said

Police were called to the scene – near the corner of 46th Ave. and Cloverdale Blvd. – and found the 24-year-old unresponsive. They then removed him from the lake.

EMS pronounced Anderson dead at the scene.

The Medical Examiner is determining the cause of death and an investigation is ongoing, the NYPD said.

Anderson, who is from 223rd Street, had been reported missing on Sept. 22, police said.

The police did not provide any other information.

The NYPD pulled the body of Khiron Anderson from a lake in Bayside Thursday (Photo: Citizen)

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