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December 23, 2013

Rescue Squad violates Open Records Act

Family of missing man seeks documentation of investigation



More than two weeks of searching by members of the London-Laurel County Rescue Squad, U.S. Forest Service, Kentucky Fish and Wildlife, Kentucky Conservation Service, Emergency Management of Laurel County, and other rescue agencies proved fruitless. Even nearly after 18 months, Vanhook said rescue squad members still conduct a search of the area, weather permitting.

“We haven’t given up the search,” he said. “Even now, if the weather is good, we still go down and search for him. So far, we’ve just not had any luck.”

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