May 2015    

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MAY 28, 2015             UPDATED

Trask remains recovered

OPP reported today that it identified remains of a body found as that of missing Daniel Trask.

The body was found on May 25 near Walsh Lake by the Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue Volunteer Team. Trask has been missing since November 2011 and this area was near the center of previous search areas.

The Trask family has never stopped looking for Daniel. Ottertooth sends its condolences.

  EXTERNAL LINK: Nugget story

                          Search team's update 

                          BayToday story

  FORUMS:  Trask recovery thread

                  Trask search thread

  EXTERNAL LINK:  Condolences

  BACKGROUND:  2014 search finds no clues

                         Third-year search begins

                         Families of missing live in limbo

                                 Missing one year

Clothing found

Trask's whereabouts a mystery

Search for man missing four weeks

Families of missing live in limbo

  DOCUMENT:  Search flyer (PDF)

  EXTERNAL LINK:  Trask page at MibSAR

MAY 5, 2015

Ice-out: May 6


MAY 3, 2015

Break-up watch: heat and wind leaves mark


MAY 1, 2015

Break-up watch: heat kicks up big change


MAY 1, 2015

Break-up watch: some openings

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