Welcome to Tri-County GSAR
- Created on 13 July 2014
This years fundraising efforts took place from the 10 - 12 of July. Many thanks to those who took part and helped out. The above image is Aimee Gallie (left) and Paulette Cooling and the Dieppe Blvd. store
- Created on 25 June 2014
From RCMP J division web site:
On June 24, 2014 at 9:00 p.m., Neguac RCMP received a call that two men had not returned from a fishing excursion, on land, in the Bartibog area. The men, aged 69 and 60 years, both of Village-Saint-Laurent, were due back around 3:00 p.m. but were only able to contact family briefly at around 9:00 p.m. stating they were lost in the woods. Contact was then lost.
RCMP Police Dog Services along with the Miramichi and Tri-County Ground Search and Rescue Teams were activated and searched throughout the night.
At 6:20 a.m. this morning, the men were located by the search teams, and are in good health.
Ropes & Slopes
- Created on 22 June 2014
Members of Tri-County GSAR review their rope skills, practice hooking up the stretcher and descending down a slope with Instructor Randy Breau Saturday June 21.
New CQ members
- Created on 19 June 2014
Four of the eight new Call-out Qualified (CQ) members are pictured here receiving their certificates and new team T-shirts in recognition of completing their C.Q. training course. Pictured from left to right are Eric Boucher, Dan Dupuis, Craig Windsor (President, SM), Cedric Mallais (VP HR, SM) and Robert Hebert. Congratulations!
- Created on 11 June 2014
Members of New Brunswick Ground Search & Rescue from across the province attend the funeral procession for the RCMP Regimental funeral in Moncton, N.B. for Cst. Dave Ross, Cst. Fabrice Gevaudan, and Cst. Douglas Larche . Some of the SAR members worked with Cst. David Ross and his Dog Danny on occasion for lost and missing person calls. They will be missed, they will be remembered.
Spider Lake Search
- Created on 04 June 2014
TCGSAR member Jamie Harper prepares to deploy at Spider Lake Staging area in Waverly NS.
Five members of Tri-County SAR were deployed to assist the Halifax SAR team in their efforts to locate a missing mountain biker Marty Leger. The entire team was not deployed to ensure our area of responsibility was covered at all times.
Marty was reported missing last Thursday May 29, 2014 and has not been seen since. After an extensive search effort that involved SAR teams from three of the Atlantic Provinces with 450 trained searchers and 250 Military personnel, no sign of Martin was found. The search was called off on Tuesday June 3, the police are now treating this as a missing person’s case.