Body of 2nd missing snowmobiler found

Body of 2nd missing snowmobiler found Photo: St. Louis County Rescue Squad

December 26, 2018 04:53 PM

Rescue Squad members have recovered the body of 60-year-old Kenneth Wildenauer from White Iron Lake, according to Hubbard Broadcasting-owned station WDIO.

According to authorities, Wildenauer's body was located submerged in the immediate vicinity of where his snowmobile had broken through the ice.


RELATED: Woman's body found in lake; search continues for companion

Previously, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office said county rescue squad members located the body of 60-year-old Debbie Senarighi late Monday in White Iron Lake, southeast of Ely, Minnesota. Officials say it appears Senarighi and Wildenauer's snowmobile broke through thin ice as they got close to an island.

Officials were seeking information about the couple after Wildenauer was reported missing because he didn't go to work Monday.

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