The body of an Unknown man who went missing overnight has been recovered from the water near Beckwith Island in Georgian Bay.
Canadian Provincial Police and personnel from Canadian Forces started the midnight water search after the man was reported missing at around 12:35 am.
Officers informed that the man has moored his vessel on the west of Beckwith Island and used an Orange Inflatable to retrieve the kayak and paddle board that has come loose.
Officers recovered the Kayak, Orange Inflatable, and Paddleboard with no signs of a man on him. At around 7 am an opp boat recovered the body of that man.
Kuljit Dhinsa was 42 years old when he lost his life while swimming in the Nottawasaga River at Wasaga Beach. According to the reports, officers responded to a call at about 5:20 pm when a person enters the water near beach area one and failed to resurface.
OPP Officers along with Marine Unit and Firefighters enter into the water to find the man and bring him back to the shore. All the efforts to revive him are not successful so he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Although there is no foul play was involved in his drowning but still, the Coroner’s office was investigating that what are the factors that contributed to Kuljit’s drowning.
Kelly Atwell was 65 years old when he was drowned in Lake Huron near Caseville Township. Kelly was there with his friend who was the same of his age. Both men were standing on a sandbar when they were knocked by a wave.
One of the people was able to make it to safety while Kelly was then caught in the rip current and unable to make himself out of the water.
He was found after 20 minutes about 400 feet west of the place where he was last seen. After that, he was taken to Scheurer Hospital by ambulance where he was pronounced dead
Donald Maul was 58 years old when he drowned in Lake Huron while setting his boat anchor on Sunday afternoon. The report said that Donald visited Lighthouse Beach in Port Huron with his wife. During their visit, Donald jumped into the water to set anchor and was caught in strong currents. When he didn’t get back to the shore, he started yelling for help and was seen going underwater. His body was found by St. Clair County dive members from 42 feet of water.
Lakshyavir Sanghera was 31 years old when he was drowned in lake Huron near Moose Deer Point First Nation. According to Provincial Constable Adrian Wood, Lakshyavir was first rescued by the nearby civilians and taken to the West Parry Sound Health Centre where he was later pronounced deceased. Wood said that there is no foul play involved in Sanghera’s drowning.