Desperate search. They found a boat adrift in a Cordoba dock, but its crew member does not appear
By water, but also by land, continue the search for Maximiliano Giúdice, 42, who yesterday went sailing on the Embalse lake and disappeared. The boat in which he left the Club Náutico de Río Tercero towards Villa del Dique, in the center of the province of Córdoba, She was found floating adrift, with her engine running, but without any trace to establish what happened.
The Directorate of High Risk Units (DUAR) of the Córdoba Police, together with Firefighters and the Nautical Safety Directorate, mobilized all their resources to try to find Giúdice. They even requested help and public information through social media.
“On Tuesday around 8 pm we received a call for a boat adrift. At 20.25 we arrived at the place with a crew and we managed to find the boat, and through a procedure it was possible to tow it to the coast to start the investigation, “he informed the Cordovan newspaper. The voice Inspector commissioner Martín Castro, deputy director of the Fire Department and the head of DUAR.
As the firefighters were able to reconstruct, Maximiliano Giudice left the Río Tercero Nautical Club towards Villa del Dique, for which he had to cross practically the entire east wing of the lake from south to north. It did not reach its destination and a search was launched that found, yesterday, the boat in the middle of the dock.
The operation had practically no interruptions since then. This morning, more human and technical resources were added to support the tracking of Giúdice, domiciled in Río Tercero. Commissioner Inspector Castro told The voice: “The night search is very difficult due to the low visibility. From now on it continues by land, checking the coast, by water, in boats, and underwater, with divers from zero point ”, that is, the coordinate of the place where the boat was found adrift.
“It is a very complicated search, technically because the zero point is not so accurate, given that the boat was oscillating adrift; and because the surface to be surveyed is very large ”, specified the DUAR chief.