Ben Jorgenson Death, Obituary – Ben Jorgenson has sadly passed away unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to an online publication. According to the police, who have confirmed their finding of the body, a snowmobiler who was 25 years old and had been reported missing on December 18 has been found dead. The police were able to confirm their finding of the body. On December 18th, it was reported that the snowmobiler had gone missing. On that day, there were rumours that he had vanished for unknown reasons. Ben Jorgenson, who was 25 years old at the time, was out riding a snowmobile in the Solomon Slough neighborhood on the 18th of December. He was struck and killed by an animal.
The location of Solomon Slough may be found around six kilometers to the south of Waubay. On that day, a report about his absence was sent in to the appropriate authorities. Day County Sheriff’s Office, South Dakota Highway Patrol, South Dakota Game Fish and Parks, as well as several volunteers from the local community, as well as Codington County Search and Rescue, have begun conducting a search south of Waubay, near Bitter Lake, in the general vicinity of the location of the last phone ping. This search is being coordinated by Codington County Search and Rescue. The Codington County Search and Rescue team is the one in charge of coordinating this search. Currently, the hunt for this missing person is being assisted by the Codington County Search and Rescue team.
The search for the person who had gone missing proceeded all throughout the night, taking place both during the day and at night, in the hopes of locating that person. In the middle of the morning on December 19, 2022, the body of the snowmobiler was discovered and recovered from Bitter Lake with the assistance of the Day County Sheriff’s Office, South Dakota Game Fish & Parks, the South Dakota Highway Patrol, Codington County Search and Rescue, and a significant number of community members from the Day County area. It is hypothesized that the individual fell through the ice because they first broke through a thinner portion of the ice, which led to their falling through the ice.