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A 66-year-old woman last seen at a campsite north of Sask. found her alive

A 66-year-old woman last seen at the Granite Lake campground in the remote northern woodlands has been found alive,the Saskatchewan RCMP} says. For privacy reasons, police asked not to release the woman's name.

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"She had been missing for about 45 hours at that point. The search party was overjoyed when she was found," said Kelly Dinsdale of Sgt. Creighton RCMP. mentioned in the release.

On August 14, 2022, according to police, the Clayton RCMP received a report of her missing 66-year-old woman on August 14 and was last seen at 6 p.m. It was about time. At Granite Lake Campground.

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"This is off Highway 106, Pelican He is between the junctions to Narrows and Clayton. , a remote forest area," police said. "The Clayton RCMP responded immediately, calling in additional Saskatchewan RCMP officers and partner organizations."

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Released Aug. 15 and 16, with support from Saskatchewan RCMP's Pelican Narrows Detachment, Search and Rescue Team, Police Canine Service, Alberta RCMP Helicopter, and Conservation Authority. A large-scale search continued. Saskatchewan Protective Services Branch, Saskatoon Police Service Air Service, Saskatchewan Department of Public Safety, Saskatchewan Volunteer Association for Search and Rescue (SARSAV), Civil Aviation Search and Rescue Association (CASARA), Canadian Rangers, Clayton Volunteer Fire Department and Community Volunteers.

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