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Kings County RCMP Continue to Search for Missing Snowmobiler

Kings District RCMP is searching for missing snowmobiler.

At approximately 9:55 p.m. last evening, RCMP received a 911 call and learned a group of snowmobilers had fallen through the ice while crossing Black River Lake in Kings County. On arrival it was determined three snowmobiles with their riders had gone through the ice.

Several emergency responders assisted in the search and rescue including Kings District RCMP, Fire Departments from Wolfville, New Minas and Kentville, along with Emergency Health Services Paramedics, Valley Ground Search and Rescue and the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre’s Cormorant helicopter.

Two of the riders were rescued and at this time, one snowmobiler, a 26-year-old New Ross man has not been located.

The search will be continuing today.

Source: Media Release

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