Rescue providers launch seek for lacking UK journalist in Greece

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Greek rescue providers mentioned Thursday that they had been in search of a British journalist and tv presenter, Michael Mosley, who went lacking on the island of Symi within the Aegean Sea.

According to Greek media reviews, Mosley’s spouse Clare Bailey alerted authorities on Thursday morning after he did not return from a stroll on the island the place they had been vacationing.

“We were informed at 11:15 am of the disappearance of a 67-year-old Briton and have sent a helicopter to the island to help the search launched by local police,” a press officer for the firefighters’ service advised AFP.

Greek every day Kathimerini quoted Bailey as saying Mosley “left for a walk on the Agios Nikolaos beach heading toward Pedi, and has been missing since then”.

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Symi’s mayor Lefteris Papakalodoukas advised the paper the island has been baking underneath “insufferable heat” and famous that the realm the place Mosley was final reported was “difficult because it’s very rocky”.

Much of Greece has seen file temperatures for the primary week of June, reaching 39.3 levels Celsius (103 levels Fahrenheit) on Symi.

Mosley is a famous well being journalist who has introduced programmes for the BBC, showing on exhibits together with “The One Show” and “This Morning”, and directed documentaries.


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