OPP find body of missing Thunder Bay man
Posted: Sep 5, 2012 8:56 AM ET
Last Updated: Sep 5, 2012 8:53 AM ET
OPP divers have recovered the body of a missing Thunder Bay man from a lake north of Armstrong.
They have also identified the victim of Friday's boating accident as 76-year-old Matthew Dawd.
Dawd and his 21-year-old grandson were both tossed into the water when their small boat struck a safety boom near a power dam on Mojikit Lake.
Police had initially said the boat had hit a buoy.
Police reported that the grandson made it to shore uninjured.
The OPP's Emergency Response Team and Underwater Search and Recovery Unit conducted the search.
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