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Fri December 4, 2009
Crews Continue with Lake Search
By Angela Hatton
Grand Rivers, KY – Rescue groups from around the region continue to search for a Livingston County man who went missing November 28. Marshall County Emergency Management Chief Deputy Director Duane Hawes says searchers are combing Kentucky Lake with sonar and side-scan technology. Hawes says yesterday a group brought in dogs to aide in the search and workers are following up on leads today. Sixty-nine year old Robert Bramlett's family reported him missing after he failed to return from a trip to the lake. Last week, first responders located Bramlett's boat, cell phone, and fishing gear. Hawes says a crew will look for Bramlett until dark tonight and pick up again tomorrow.