Sherbrooke team plays a part in ­ongoing search for missing ­father and son

By Gordon Lambie

Over the course of the past week air search and rescue teams from across Quebec have been involved in a massive search for Stéphane Roy, President of greenhouse tomato company Les Serres Sagami, and his 14-year-old son. Roy and his son were reported missing last week after they failed to return home in their helicopter from a family fishing trip, kicking off the search and rescue operation that, as of this writing, is ongoing in the upper Laurentians, North of Montreal. Last weekend the Sherbrooke SERABEC (Sauvetage Et Recherche Aeriens du Quebec) team was a part of that search in the area surrounding Mirabel airport. “The way that it normally works is that, at the beginning, it is the military that gets the call,” said Pierre Brazé, Regional Coordinator for the Sherbrooke team. “They have the resources and the personnel for the search, but we are the front line.” See full story in the Thursday, July 18 edition of The Record.

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