A missing 34-year-old woman from Maidstone was found dead on Friday.
Amanda Michayluk tried to walk home on Thursday morning during snow storm and got lost while heading southbound on a non-maintained grid road, according to Maidstone RCMP.
Michayluk’s body was found around four kilometres from where she was last seen walking. RCMP believes she died of exposure and hypothermia, and they say that no foul play is suspected.
The family and Maidstone RCMP would like to thank Maidstone Fire and Rescue, EMS, the Lloydminster Rescue Squad, the Saskatchewan Coroner’s Office and friends and family for their help in the search.
RCMP are on the lookout for a 34-year-old woman who has gone missing from just south of Maidstone.
RCMP say Amanda Michayluk had been collecting firewood with her father when their vehicle became stuck in the snow early Thursday morning. She walked away to get help and has not been heard from since.
Maidstone RCMP say footprints left by Michayluk in the snow appear to show she got to a nearby road before it appears as if she was picked up by an unknown vehicle.
Michayluk is described as 5 foot 9 weighing 115 pounds. She has a thin build, brown hair, brown eyes and has glasses. At the time she was last seen, Michayluk was wearing a denim skidoo suit, toque and winter boots. RCMP says she requires medication which she does not have and that not taking the medication can affect her health.