BUCHAREST, ROMANIA (AP) -Anca Pop, a Romanian-Canadian singer-song, died after his car entered the Danube River. She was 34 years old.
Emergency authorities reported her body after diverters finally found a car on Monday in southwestern Romania. He warned his police sister after she failed to arrive on Sunday Sunday Sunday. The police said on Tuesday that they were investigating the death of Pop.
Pop style was a combination of Balkan and mainstream. She was a great deal in Japan.
He also worked with the Bosnian musician of Goran Bregovic on her Champagne for Gypsies album.
In 1987, a pop-up Pop communist Romania with his family, crossing the Danube into Yugoslavia where he became political refugees. Months later, they emigrated to Canada.
After the communism ended, he returned to Romania. This year, it caused excitement by revealing that she was in relation to one sex, in a society that could be undesirable of homosexuality.
She survives her parents and sisters.