Jordan J. Fisher, 50, of Rockport died after going missing while diving the Vandenberg wreck off Key West Tuesday, March 2.

According to a report from the Monroe County Sheriffs Office (MCSO), she was found deceased Wednesday morning at 10:32 a.m. on the bottom of the seafloor. She was located not far from the wreck by divers with the Sea Eagle Dive Boat out of Key West.

The report said Fisher was with her husband, diving on the boat Emerald See, along with two other people and a dive master. The dive master signaled for everyone to surface. Members of the group lost sight of Fisher while returning to the guide/mooring line. The dive master stated he made several searches around the wreck until he was short on air.

Foul play is not expected to be a factor in her death. Autopsy results are pending.

The MCSO Dive Team, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, U.S. Coast Guard, and Army Special Forces Underwater Operations School staff all took part in the search for Fisher.

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