Officials identify Raytown woman who drowned after vehicle went into Longview Lake

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Officials have now identified the body that was found during a water rescue after a vehicle went into Longview Lake.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol officially identified them as 22-year-old Gerran D. Stone, of Raytown, Missouri.

Dive crews recovered Stone’s body Saturday at Longview Lake.

According to the highway patrol’s drowning report, around 7 p.m. Friday, Stone’s was driving a 2007 Ford Taurus and left the roadway, traveling into the water where she subsequently drowned.

A witness told FOX4 that several people jumped in to try to rescue Stone but were unsuccessful.


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