St. Clair River
Authorities have released the name of a 48-year-old Port Huron man whose body was found in the St. Clair River.
Authorities are withholding the man’s identity until they notify his family.
“The electronic window didn’t work, so he had to break the window out with his collapsible steel baton.”
Capt. John Henry and his crew of more than a dozen guided the 140-foot Bristol Bay through the icy waters of the river, which connects Lakes Huron and St. Clair.
The body of a young man who presumably drowned in the St. Clair River has been recovered.
Officials plan to use a remote operated vehicle as part of the ongoing search for a 19-year-old man who disappeared in the St. Clair River during the annual Float Down.
People in tubes and rafts entered the U.S.-Canada border river Sunday at Lighthouse Beach in Port Huron, about 55 miles northeast of Detroit.
A 57-year-old man is dead after scuba diving in the St. Clair River and a 79-year-old man was found in a lake in Clair County.
A 15-ton steel sculpture of a fish sits along the new $6 million Blue Water River Walk.
Agents waiting on the ground when the man finished his swim found a large, watertight PVC cylinder holding over eight pounds of marijuana.