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Search for missing Kelowna, B.C woman paused due to exhaustion and weather – Okanagan

The seek for a lacking Kelowna, B.C girl who’s believed to have been swept away by Mission Creek final week has been paused as a consequence of climate circumstances and crew members’ exhaustion.

Chelsea Cardno, 31, was final seen on Tuesday morning as she left her residence on Dougall Street to stroll her canine alongside the Mission Greenway.

Central Okanagan Search and Rescue Supervisor, Duane Tresnich says the crew had plans to proceed the search Sunday however needed to cancel as a consequence of unfavorable climate circumstances. He additionally says his crew members had been exhausted and needed to give the crew a break.

 


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On the time she went lacking, Cardno’s white BMW was positioned, parked on the north finish of Pasadena Street, however there was no hint of her. Officers suppose she could have been swept away by the rising and fast-moving water of Mission Creek.

Tresnich says COSAR has plans to proceed the seek for Cardno this week, as soon as he figures out the most effective choices primarily based on water circumstances, climate circumstances, and sources.

A big search celebration was held Saturday morning drawing in additional than 100 volunteers that confirmed up at Mission Creek Park.

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Right now, Tresnich says the search will stay within the Mission Creek Park space till the RCMP decides in any other case, as Cardno continues to be believed to be in that space.

Cardno was final seen sporting a blue or gray cap, a bright-red puffy jacket, sweatpants, and black, lace-up fashion military boots. She is described as 4’11” and 108 kilos with brown hair and blonde highlights.

When you’ve got any data relating to Cardno’s whereabouts, you might be requested to contact the Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


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