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Update: Missing family of four on Lake Superior found safe

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WDIO reports a missing boat carrying a family of four has been found in the Apostle Islands. Lake County Sheriff Carey Johnson said that the family on the boat is from South Dakota. They were aboard a 23 foot cuddy cabin boat.

The family is now headed back to Silver Bay, and is safe. More family from Silver Bay are waiting to greet them.

Northland News Center reported that rescue crews were looking for a missing boat Monday morning, which left Silver Bay area on Sunday and was supposed to come to Knife River. The St. Louis County Rescue Squad, Lake County, and the U.S. Coast Guard were working together Monday morning.

The family was reported missing Sunday night when they failed to return from their boating trip.

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