Less than four cars identified by Les Plongers de l’Spire were removed from the river. These volunteers are associated with a group of unsolved murders and disappearances in Quebec.
Sûreté du Québec was not interested in vehicles taken from the water, but volunteers at the site wanted to find evidence of Malissa Blaise’s disappearance inside cars.
We check in vehicles because it is likely to be in another vehicle. This year, we did a lot of research [dans la région de Shawinigan] And we found a lot of vehicles and there were other places for us to visit, Plongeurs de l’Espoir, explained Daniel Lamontagne President.
No evidence was found in the vehicles pulled out of the water, but a fifth car was found. More research will be done in the coming days.
Recall that Melissa Blaise last appeared in Louisville on November 2, 2017. Young woman vehicle, Black 2011 Toyota Corolla Y70 FAD registered, still wanted.
During the day, divers removed six tons of garbage from the Saint-Maurice River. Organizations aimed at cleaning up the shores and rivers in the province, do our part and Mission 1000 tons, participated in this operation.
Dozens of televisions, dryers, shingles and phone booths were identified.
We decided to do mega-collaboration to do everything in one day. So this is a great story of mutual help and we are all very proud of how the day went.
It’s amazing, but it’s as bad as the edge of streams in the forest, but underwater, you have to go and explore. […] When one seeks, one finds. Our goal, like other existing companies, is to clean up our waterways, Mission 1000 Ton Jimmy Vignax Underline.
With information from the Raffles Drone