Second Body Recovered from Charles River in Two Days

Second Body Spotted in Charles River in Two Days. Authorities pulled a body out of the water around 7:25 a.m. Tuesday morning near the Boston University Bridge after a BU rowing coach reported the body floating in the water, according to reports. The unidentified body is the second to be pulled from the Charles in as many days. On Monday, the body of a 62-year-old man was pulled from the river near the BU boat house.  [] UPDATE, 12:25 p.m.:

UPDATE, 7:04 p.m.: The remains have been identified as Jon Dailey, the missing Boston Architectural College student, according to The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.  [WCVB]

Three Taken to Hospital After Green Line Trains Collide at Brigham Circle. Two passengers and a trolley driver were injured Monday evening when the two trolleys collided on Huntington Avenue after the inspector didn’t manually switch the tracks, causing the inbound E train onto the outbound tracks and derailing the outbound train. “It was moving toward Boston and at the crossover, it started making the move over to the outbound track. It should not have. That’s why the switch was in the wrong position. If the switch had been in the right position, the train would have continued on to Boston. So it started moving over to the outbound track and that’s when another train—moving in this direction—came along and it made contact with the second car of that two-car train,” said Joe Pesaturo, MBTA spokesperson.  [WHDH]

Slate Decided to Map Out the Locations of ‘The Next Silicon Valley.’ Boston is on the map/list, according to bloggers and writers, as are New York City, Long Island, Detroit, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Seattle.  [Slate]

Upper Crust Files for Bankruptcy Protection. The Boston-based pizza chain with 16 locations defaulted on its loan in late September said it owes at least $3.4 million, according to the Globe.  [Globe]

Blast from the Past: An Aerial View of Boston from 1935. [via Reddit]