Lac de Sainte-Croix - Rescue teams mengubek a lake in the Lac de Sainte-Croix, France for suspect who disappeared after a couple tourists traveled canoe. Having tired of searching, it turns out is actually a tourist couple had come home. Duh!
Search and Rescue team arose from the discovery of an empty canoe floating in the lake Lac de Sainte-Croix, Provence, France. Previously, the canoe was rented by tourists married on Thursday (15/8).
Immediately, 40 members of the SAR team assisted by helicopters, divers and sniffer dogs checking all angles lake. Tracking is also a concern media. This exhaustive search suddenly broke on Saturday (17/8) when finally there are those who report to the police, alleged that the two men who lost this fine home.
Reported by The Sydney Morning Herald as seen on Wednesday (08/21/2013) Police Capt. Frederic Del Aguila said tourist couples admitted their canoe overturned because the waves from hydroelectric dams. In a panic, they just leave their canoes and left with life jackets and paddles.
Admitted to the police that they left the canoe as the couple quarreled. They know SAR teams looking for, but they got scared admitted. Fortunately they are not subject to penalties.
"They are only required to pay a fine of 35 euros (USD 502 thousand) due to go into the lake off limits to tourists," said a local government representative, Emmanuel Dupuis.
Are still angry over this incident is Gerard Lacroix, canoe rental business owners. According to him, it created panic and hassles at the hands of husband and wife is a tourist who does not return the canoe. From there it began the alleged missing tourists.
Lake in the Lac de Sainte-Croix, Provence is a tourist favorite. They usually rent a canoe or bike to the Gorges de Verdon water. It is a 25 km long river gorges and towering up to 700 meters.