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Body of missing fisherman found in Fraser River

Body of missing fisherman found in Fraser River

Damian Dutrisac disappeared May 7 when the anchor of his boat got captured, sending him into the Sumas River

Damian Dutrisac and his fiancée Karyssa Mclean. (Submitted by Karyssa McLean)

Following two months of looking, the body of a missing B.C. angler has been found.

A representative for the Chilliwack RCMP affirmed that Damian Dutrisac’s body was found on the shores of a rock quarry in the Upper Sumas Mountain region along the Fraser River.

Dutrisac disappeared May 7, when he was fishing with a companion and the anchor of their boat became caught, sending the two men into the Sumas River.

The companion swam to a little island, where he held up an hour to wave to a boat for help.

Search gatherings and fishing boats looked through the Fraser River, among Chilliwack and Mission for quite a long time.

RCMP say the BC Coroners Service keeps on exploring.

Dustrisac’s life partner, Karyssa Mclean, expressed gratitude toward the individuals who helped in the inquiry in the course of recent weeks in a Facebook post.

“For me this was all exceptionally ambivalent,” she composed.

“I realized this day would be a troublesome one for me. I realized it planned to happen soon. I didn’t realize it planned to hit me harder the subsequent time. With conclusion comes a ton of serious sentiments I have inside. Everything turned out to be genuine and official. A piece of me that couldn’t recuperate may get an opportunity now. It will be an extremely long street in front of me.”