Published Sunday, 25 & # 39; November, 2018 11:57 ET
Last Updated Monday, 26 & # 39; November, 2018 12:42 ET
The body & # 39; snowmobilier missing was recovered from Sand Lake near Westport.
The Provincial Police & # 39; Ontario says Scott McPherson of & # 39; 33 years was the latest blow around 7 p.m. Friday. He was snowmobiling in the area & # 39; Westporo, north & # 39; Kingston, when was the last blow.
Police said his body was recovered Monday morning
Number was called & # 39; to search resources including unit & # 39; Search and recovery & # 39; under the sea, the Enforcement team of ATV Vessel & # 39; Snowmobile and team & # 39; of & # 39 response; Emergency. McPherson is an avid outdoorsman, and known to snowmobile in the area including the lake on the north coast of & # 39; Westport & # 39; s Sand Lake where water crews searched looking McPherson and his snowmachine.
Friends say that would soar over water; sport where the snowmobilers idroplanaw their machines along lakes or rivers. The family & # 39; water fear & # 39; x & # 39; likely għerdet it.
Police say b & # 39; thin and melt seal covering to Sand Lake, one m & # 39; to be taking risks on the water regardless of experience are.
"I hope people do not, not worth the chance, it is not worth the risk. If not safe, do so. If you're withstand 7 evening night, it is dark. You know the area your, you know the terrain. If you jump & # 39; on the ice, on the water, you know, and make sure it is safe. "said Constable Sandra Barr of the Leeds County OPP.
– Mike Arsalides (@MArsalidesCTV) 25 & # 39; November 2018
Anyone who has requested information call the OPP at 613-345-1790 or 1-888-310-1122.