Search for WWE Star Shad Gaspard Is Suspended After He Went Missing

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The U.S. Coast Guard revealed on Tuesday early morning that it has actually suspended its look for WWE star Shad Gaspard.

The 39-year-old went missing out on after going for a swim with his boy at a Los Angeles beach. On Monday, his spouse, Siliana Gaspard, shared a post on social networks in which she stated that her spouse was “missing.” 

On Tuesday, the U.S. Coast Guard informed E! News in a declaration, “I can’t talk to L.A. County search efforts, due to the fact that from what I understand they are still browsing […] That does not suggest the case is closed, it indicates that we suspended the search, however if an airplane or boater sees something we will react. We were looking for around 16.5 hours.”

“We conducted 7 search patterns covering 60 nautical square miles, utilizing Coast Guard assets such as a Coast Guard helicopter, a patrol boat and a 45-foot response boat, there are all different units from various stations,” the U.S. Coast Guard included. 

“We would like to express our gratitude to the first responders who rescued Aryeh and to the lifeguards, coast guard, divers, fire and police departments for their continued efforts to help find our beloved Shad,” his spouse composed on Instagram on Tuesday. “Shad is a fighter, a warrior and a magical soul. We are hoping and praying for his safe return. As a family we thank you all for your concern and well wishes. Please continue to keep sending your positivity and prayers to our beloved Shad.”

On Monday, the Los Angeles Fire Department likewise verified that the WWE star and his 10-year-old boy went missing out on in the waters. The LAFD later on verified that the kid was “located, evaluated and did not require transport to the hospital.” 

However, the U.S. Coast guard included that in the procedure of conserving his boy, the lifeguards “lost visual contact of the father.” 

Further, a look for Gaspard started on Sunday afternoon however was suspended at sundown. 

Lifeguards continued to look for the WWE star at 7 a.m. Monday early morning. 



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