What would a person doing an autopsy on a body that has been drowned in quicksand observe and do while performing the autopsy?
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In the story, the person that will drown first had character A try to pull him out, then character B try to pull him out. The drowning person fought against character B, then character B pushed the person back in the quicksand to drown him purposefully. My second question is: would the bruises on the body from character A pulling on his arms be distinctive from the bruises character B caused on the arms and the bruises he would place on the shoulders from pushing the drowning person down?Setting
: Present day, River Forest, IL (also known as the forest-y, swampy area outside of Chicago)Research
: "postmortem body quicksand" "what body looks like drowned in quicksand" "autopsy quicksand" "autopsy drowned body" and various other combinations of "body" "quicksand" and words that mean a person is dead. Most of my info comes from these links (WARNING: SOME ARE VERY GRAPHIC AND INCLUDE PICTURES AND VIDEOS OF DEAD BODIES AND/OR AUTOPSIES BEING PERFORMED): link1