- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 31, 2015

CUT BANK, Mont. (AP) - Authorities in northern Montana have recovered the body of a Canadian man, the last of three foreign tourists who were found dead after going missing during a November fishing trip.

The Glacier County sheriff’s office says a deputy spotted the body of 63-year-old Danny Heyland of Lethbridge, Alberta, while patrolling the shore at Mission Lake on Monday.

Heyland, 75-year-old Fuki Nishibayashi (FOO’-kee nish-uh-BY’-ashee) of Japan and 63-year-old Kazuhiko Hayashizaki (kah-zoo-HEE’-koh hay-YAH’-shee-zah-kee) of Canada went missing on Nov. 22. Officials said it appeared the three either went through the ice or were blown into open water.

Hayashizaki’s body was recovered Nov. 25, and Nishibayshi’s was found Feb. 17.

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