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That’s where military rescuers found it the following day. “They conducted a search of the immediate area and there was nothing to suggest that anybody walked away from the wreckage,” said Ontario Provincial Police Sgt. Peter Leon.
“The feeling right now is at some point during the flight, the pilot more than likely left the confines of that aircraft. Where abouts? We have no idea,” Leon said.
The Transport Canada report pointedly noted that, “the pilot was not a parachutist or does not own a parachute.”
The pilot was seen on the morning of March 15. Later that day, he rented the Cessna at Ann Arbor Airport, according to Diane Brown, a spokeswoman for the University of Michigan police department.
“University police have reasons to believe his actions likely were an act of self-harm,” Brown said in a statement.
The search has been put on hold but Leon said that police are hoping someone may find something. “We’ll obviously do whatever we can to try to locate the whereabouts of that pilot and follow up on any information that is received,” Leon said.
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