Determined seek for lightly-dressed boy, 13, who spent a chilly evening alone after going lacking from a nationwide park carpark
- Logan Good misplaced after leaving group of seven at Alligator Gorge, Mt Exceptional
- In a single day search involving emergency companies and a helicopter unsuccessful
- Police affirm he was sporting t-shirt, shorts and boots when he went lacking
- Mount Exceptional Nationwide Park is rugged and recognized for brown snakes
Grave fears are held for a boy misplaced on a chilly evening in an remoted and rugged nationwide park after intensive search efforts failed to search out him.
Logan Good, 13, went lacking when he walked forward of a bunch together with his mom at Alligator Gorge, Mount Exceptional within the Southern Flinders Ranges about 6.30pm on Wednesday.
A search together with a Police helicopter , State Emergency Service and the Nation Hearth Service continued till round 2am on Thursday with out discovering him.
Logan Good, 13, (pictured) went lacking when he walked forward of a bunch of seven at Alligator Gorge within the Southern Flinders Ranges about 6.30pm final evening
The search continued within the morning, together with all emergency companies concerned in a single day, and was anticipated to be stepped as much as embody drones and police canine.
A press release by SA Police stated Good ‘wandered off from the Alligator Gorge carpark and didn’t return’.
Logan’s mom, Hayley informed AdelaideNow she overlooked her son after he walked forward of their group: ‘We referred to as for assist after we misplaced contact with him.’
‘It’s been a really lengthy and troublesome evening for the entire household however we’ve got religion the police and emergency companies will discover Logan secure and sound.’
SA Police spokeswoman confirmed to Every day Mail Australia that the boy was nonetheless lacking as we speak and was sporting a t-shirt, shorts and boots when misplaced, and that it was a chilly evening.
He’s 170cm tall, of medium construct, with brief darkish hair, a pale complexion and blue eyes.
Alligator Gorge sits between Melrose and Wilmington within the southern Flinders Ranges and is thought for wealthy wildlife together with snakes. It’s about 230km north of Adelaide.
Alligator Gorge (pictured) within the Mount Exceptional Nationwide Park is a rugged, remoted space recognized for brown snakes