UPDATE - Lake Wakatipu, skydiving incident
"UPDATE - Lake Wakatipu, skydiving incident"
attributable to Inspector Olaf Jensen, Area Commander Otago
Police are continuing to investigate options
for locating and recovering the body of the missing skydiver
who fell into Lake Wakatipu on Wednesday 10 January.
Police National Dive Squad will arrive in Queenstown over
the weekend to assess conditions and the viability of using
sonar equipment to assist with locating and if practical
recovering the body. The operation is a very complex one
given the depth of Lake Wakatipu.
Police can confirm the
missing skydiver was a United States
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