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The seek for Michael Mosley has intensified, with a Greek native describing it as a “race against time” after efforts shifted to a deadly mountainous path.

CCTV footage captured Mosley, a well known TV presenter, coming into the rugged path round 2pm on Wednesday from the sting of Pedi’s small marina.

One rescuer known as his determination “inexplicable,” noting that even a match younger particular person would take about three hours to stroll the trail to the port.

“The path is not easy to follow; if he took a wrong turn, he could be lost. He could be anywhere. It is a race against time,” the rescuer defined, talking to The Mirror, because the seldom-used path veers inland fairly than hugging the coast.

Search efforts had been suspended at 8 pm Greek time on Friday attributable to dusk and are set to renew on Saturday morning.

After totally looking the coastal path, rescuers at the moment are concentrating on the tougher mountain path.

Residents have rallied to assist the search, with many utilizing their boats to scour the coastal space for the 67-year-old who disappeared in excessive temperatures.

Mika Papakalodouka, daughter of the island’s mayor, mentioned that quite a few island residents are concerned within the search efforts.

“It is a small island, people talk. We’re good people here. Everybody is looking for him,” the 20-year-old, who now research maritime enterprise remotely at Solent University, Southampton, mentioned. She added: “It’s so weird for us. Everybody is worried and looking for him.”

The native police division resumed the search on Friday morning after halting operations the earlier evening. Symi’s deputy mayor, Ilias Chaskas, confirmed that divers are looking the waters whereas the native coast guard has joined the efforts.

“We inform you that the Port Authority of Symi is assisting the investigations of the Hellenic Police, using patrols from the sea and operational vessels patrolling the area”, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Maritime Affairs & Insular Policy spokesperson said.

Additionally, a spokesperson for the Greek fireplace service mentioned: “The search continues today with seven firefighters, one drone checking the wider area, and we are cooperating with the Hellenic Police Office.”

The island’s small neighborhood of round 300 everlasting residents stays hopeful because the seek for Michael Mosley continues.