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Illinois Woman Still Missing in Indiana Flood Waters

An Illinois woman is missing after the vehicle she was riding in was swept off the road by flood waters.
Pike County, IND.- Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating the disappearance of a Des Plaines, Illinois woman. 

Kathryn McGill, 31, was a passenger in a vehicle being driven by her husband Adam, 35, when their vehicle was swept off the roadway in flood waters on highway 257 near the Pike County and Daviess County line 

Around 7:45 this morning, waterfowl hunters watched a vehicle headed south on Highway 257 trying to navigate flood waters. After seeing the vehicle get swept off the roadway they drove their boat to the area the vehicle was last seen. 

Screams for help were heard and Adam McGill was rescued. Kathryn could not be located. 

Adam McGill was transported to Daviess County Community Hospital and later transported to St. Marys Hospital in Evansville for treatment of hypothermia. 

Search efforts included bank searches, side scan sonar, canine searches, wading shallow water and dragging operations. 

Responding agencies included Daviess County Sheriff’s Department, Pike County Sheriff’s Department, Harrison Fire Department, Jefferson Township Fire Department, Southwest Medical, Pike County EMS, Pike County EMA, Ohio Valley Search and Rescue, American Red Cross and Indiana Conservation Officers. 

Water based search efforts will conclude at dusk and begin again tomorrow morning. 

Conservation Officers strongly encourage obeying road closing signs and to avoid driving through flooded roadways. 
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