Canada Search continues for missing toddler in northwestern Alberta

03:55  11 july  2018
03:55  11 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Police search for toddler missing near river in northwestern Alberta

  Police search for toddler missing near river in northwestern Alberta Police search for toddler missing near river in northwestern AlbertaGrande Prairie RCMP said a two-year-old boy had been with his family near Canfor Bridge, located approximately 470 kilometres north of Edmonton.

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Crews will continue looking for the toddler until last light on Saturday, McIntosh said, with plans to return early Sunday morning. The search for the missing toddler continued Saturday. (William Vavrek).

a group of people riding on the back of a truck: Emergency service personnel and a search and rescue team are still looking for a toddler who went missing near the Wapiti River in the MD of Greenview on Friday night. © William Vavrek Emergency service personnel and a search and rescue team are still looking for a toddler who went missing near the Wapiti River in the MD of Greenview on Friday night.

The search continues for a two-year-old boy who went missing near the Wapiti River in the Municipal District of Greenview on Friday night.

Saskatchewan and Manitoba RCMP Underwater Recovery Team (URT) members have been brought in to help with the search and recovery efforts, according to a news release.

URT members are using sonar and physical dives along the river in the search effort.

Grande Prairie RCMP said the toddler was with his family near Canfor Bridge, located approximately 470 kilometres north of Edmonton, when he disappeared.

There is an online fundraiser for the toddler's parents, as well as an informal campaign to place teddy bears in front yards to show support for the family.

  • Police search for toddler missing near river in northwestern Alberta 

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