Lost mushroom picker found

Ike Murray was located on train tracks east of the Lorne Creek search area outside Terrace

  • Oct. 7, 2013 4:00 p.m.

The search for at least one of the two men who went missing more than two weeks ago east of Terrace while mushroom picking is over.

“Terrace RCMP have confirmed that Ike Murray was located by CN railworkers in the area of Cedarvale today at approximately 4 PM. He was transported by Emergency Health Services to Mills Memorial Hospital where he is in stable condition,” reads the RCMP release.

Search and Rescue has identified the area where they think Michael Devlin Sabo, who was lost with Murray, might be located.

Cedarvale is several kilometres east of where the two young men went missing near Lorne Creek Sept. 22.

Const. Angela Rabut said that the two men have been in the bush the whole time, a total of 15 days.

She said they were together for most of the way, however Murray was the only one who made it to the train tracks.

She said Murray is in serious but stable condition at the hospital in Terrace.

The search and rescue operation had started extending east of Lorne Creek this past weekend, but had not gone all the way to Cedarvale.

 

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