Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Positive News...Bristol man found safe this morning by Maine Warden Service

Photo courtesy of Maine Game Wardens...Kris MacCabe
pictured rescued the man.
Bristol, Maine – Maine game wardens locate a missing Bristol man early this morning. The Maine Warden Service was called around 7:30 last evening to search for Willem Jansen, 82, from Round Pond, located within the town of Bristol. Jansen suffers from Alzheimer’s and was reported missing by his wife Alexandria. Jansen was last seen by his wife yesterday afternoon at 12:30 walking Route 32 to another property they own in Bristol. This was a normal activity for him as indicated by his wife. Several game wardens and K9 units responded as well as members of Bristol Fire, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Dept. and Lincoln County EMA.

Jansen was found early this morning by Game Warden Kris MacCabe and his K9, a six-year-old black lab named Morgan. Jansen was located in some shallow water in the woods about 1/4 mile from road. Ambulance personal evaluated Jansen for hypothermia. He was released home at the scene. This early morning rescue most certainly saved Jansen’s life.

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