The boaters were in a boat similar to the one pictured (Source: WOIO)The Coast Guard and local law enforcement agencies are searching for two missing fishermen in Lake Erie who did not return to the Edgewater marina Monday night. According to the Coast Guard, a call came in at around 9:30 p.m. Monday evening from the daughter of one of the missing fishermen. She said that her father's vehicle was still parked at the marina, but the boaters did not return or check in.
Another airline mishap making headlines; the most recent incident involving a family from Northeast Ohio. The Ilg family tells Cleveland 19 that their 12-year-old son was traveling by himself back to Cleveland after visiting his grandma in Tampa, Fla. and was kicked off his aircraft. The minor was taken off the flight after a gate agent allowed him on the Frontier Airlines plane without a minor fee, which is supposed to be paid ahead of time.
The U.S. Coast Guard is continuing their search for two people in Lake Erie early Tuesday morning. According to the Coast Guard, the two individuals went missing Monday in Lake Erie, near North Kingsville in Ashtabula County. Officials say they were about 500 yards from the shoreline. Witnesses said they were on an inflatable raft, and one of the individuals may have jumped off of the raft into the water in an attempt to swim to shore.
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Selecting a term
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