Abandonment of a search for a couple missing in plane

News 17 December, 2017
  • Photo courtesy GoFundMe
    Ashley Bourgeault and her boyfriend Dominic Neron

    QMI agency

    Sunday, December 17, 2017 19:55

    Sunday, December 17, 2017 19:55

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    REVELSTOKE, b.c.- The search for try to find a plane missing since the end of November in the mountainous region of Revelstoke, British Columbia, have been interrupted.

    On November 25, the pilot Dominic Neron and his girlfriend Ashley Bourgeault flew to Penticton, in the Okanagan valley, en route to Edmonton. They were gone by the way in the region of Revelstoke.

    The research that has been undertaken by the authorities and the division of research and rescue of the army did not find the couple or their plane, a Mooney M20. The folder is since considered to be a case of missing persons and is managed by the royal Canadian mounted police.

    In a publication on his page Facebook, Tammy Neron, the sister of the driver, said not being able to continue the research. “My heart is broken, but the weather is more on our side with the heavy snow that accumulate in Revelstoke. All search efforts are on hold until the snow melts”, she wrote.

    Mrs. Neron added that she hopes that someone can fall on the air during the winter. In the meantime, she intends to go home to Edmonton for the Holidays, before we resume the research as soon as the melting of the snow will allow it.

    A campaign sociofinancement launched on the website GoFundMe had raised, as of Sunday evening, nearly $ 37,000 to support the search for the two missing.