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Coastguard saves man in distress in Lake Huron

Huron OPP, along with Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Trenton and the coastguard, responded to a ‘vessel operator in distress’ off the coast of the Goderich Harbour on June 15, 2024. (Source: OPP/X) Huron OPP, along with Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Trenton and the coastguard, responded to a ‘vessel operator in distress’ off the coast of the Goderich Harbour on June 15, 2024. (Source: OPP/X)
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Thanks to the help of first responders, a man was safely pulled from Lake Huron Saturday morning.

Huron OPP, along with Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Trenton and the coastguard, responded to a ‘vessel operator in distress’ off the coast of the Goderich Harbour.

Police say the coastguard found the lone man three miles from shore, suffering from hypothermia.

He was wearing a life jacket, which police say saved his life.

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