The search for a missing man in Yellowstone National Park has turned into a recovery mission.
A search for a missing man has turned into a recovery operation, according to park officials, after personnel examined trails and shorelines in the Shoshone Lake area of Yellowstone National Park.
Mark O’Neill, 67, and his half-brother, Kim Crumbo, 74, were reported missing on a four-night backcountry canoe trip to Shoshone Lake in Yellowstone National Park by a family member on Sept. 19.
Rescuers discovered the corpse of O’Neill, of Chimacum, Wash., along the east bank of Shoshone Lake earlier this week. Crumbo, of Ogden, Utah, was tracked down for five days by foot, boat, and helicopter.
On Friday, the National Park Service announced that it would begin utilizing sonar technology to search for Crumbo in the water. As conditions permit, recovery efforts are scheduled to continue for the following few days.
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