Country Singer Craig Strickland Still Missing In Oklahoma Storm

By SURABHI VERMA | 2 years ago
Country Singer Craig Strickland Still Missing In Oklahoma Storm

It has been discovered that country singer Craig Strickland is still missing after he was last seen leaving for duck hunting trip in Oklahoma, which has been severely affected by a massive storm.

On Monday, the body of Chase Morland (the Backroad Anthem vocalist’s friend) was found. Their boat was found in a flipped position in Kaw Lake that lies north of Tulsa. This entire scene has been reported to be of Monday morning. Marshals found the remnants of his body around 11 a.m., as reported by local station CBS affiliate THV 11. Rescue operation for Strickland had to be interrupted due to bad weather conditions. The search team has however again started with their work, as said by Morland’s father. On the other hand Craig Strickland’s wife Helen is in a bad condition due to her husband’s unavailability and is just praying for his return. The lady has been asking for everyone’s prayers for Craig early recovery.

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Craig is just 29 years old and is a beloved singer for many of his fans. Meanwhile, Helen has posted an emotional message on Twitter with their picture saying, “We love you Craig Michael. Come home”. Times are really bad for Craig’s family as they are just not able to recover from his friend’s early demise. A prayer service has been held by Craig and Helen’s pastor Heath Bryant on December 28th evening. People were told to be a part of this prayer for Craig’s safe and soon return. Craig’s fans are very eager to see their rockstar’s return and are posting their heartfelt wishes on various social media platforms. The storm has hit a large part of the country including many people to lost their lives (via People)

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Photo Source: twitter.com/BackroadCRAIG

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