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Fatal Fall Onto Rocks - Name Released

Source: OPP
Date: Sun Sep 9 04:03:15 MST 2018

(JOCKO TOWNSHIP, ON) - On September 3, 2018, members of the North Bay Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to assist North Bay Emergency Medical Services (EMS) with an injured male that had fallen down a ravine near Highway 63 in Jocko Township, Ontario.

The victim in this incident died and has been identified as 28 year-old Michael GAUTHIER of North Bay, Ontario.

The OPP has notified the province's Special Investigations Unit (SIU) which has invoked its mandate. As a result the OPP will not be able to provide any further information. Any other inquiries should be directed to SIU Communications at (416) 622-2342.

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