Canada has officially suspended its search for the remains of the debris from a still unidentified flying object (UFO) which was taken down as it flew over Lake Huron, as reported by area officials.
This decision was announced via a Thursday statement from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
“After conducting an extensive search in the Lake Huron area with the assistance of the Canadian Coast Guard and other domestic and international partners, a decision was reached to suspend the search due to several factors including deteriorating weather and the low probability of recovery,” explained the RCMP.
Just recently, a U.S. fighter jet took down a UFO as it made its way over Lake Huron, which is situated between the state of Michigan and Canada, this past Sunday. The UFO was one of three taken down by the U.S. military flying over North America in the past week due to worries that they were a danger to civilian aircraft and that there was a possibility they were taking part in surveillance, as reported by officials from both Canada and the United States. The other two UFOs were taken down in Canada’s Yukon territory and from the sky over Alaska, all in the wake of a suspected Chinese spy balloon flying over the states this month.
John Kirby, the national security spokesman for the White House, stated to reporters that the debris from the UFO taken down as it flew over Lake Huron was thought to have landed just on the Canadian side of the lake “in what is probably very deep water.” He also highlighted that the searches were being carried out with the assistance of the U.S. Coast Guard.
The search carried out on Lake Huron included the Canadian Coast Guard’s CCGS Griffon, which carried out and utilized a drone that would world alongside helicopters, and the CCGS Samuel Risley icebreaker set up with additional underwater equipment, as reported by CTV News.
Operations for search and recovery of the debris throughout the low-population Yukon Territory, which is located in the Northwest of Canada, is still active and has the assistance of the Canadian Armed Forces, reported RCMP late last week.
“The conditions are extremely challenging with a very large search area, spanning 3,000 square kilometers, and consisting of rugged and mountainous terrain with a high level of snowpack and harsh winter conditions,” concluded RCMP. “We commend our members and partners for their professionalism and dedication.”