Opunake search and rescue operation — missing woman found
Opunake search and rescue operation — missing
Tuesday, 3 September 2013 -
A 24-year-old woman who was reported
missing near Opunake yesterday (Monday, 2 September)
afternoon has now been found.
Search Coordinator, Senior
Constable Jeff McGrath says: "Teams searched through the
night for the woman and she was located in a coastal cave by
a family member at approximately 8am this morning."
woman was taken to a family member's house where she is
receiving medical treatment by St Johns Ambulance staff. It
appears the woman has mild hypothermia.
want to thank everyone involved in the search including the
woman's family and friends, Land SAR volunteers, Police
search and rescue staff, Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter
staff, and Taranaki Community Rescue Helicopter staff," says
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