FLINT, Mich. (AP) — An Indiana minor league hockey star from the 1970s and ’80s has been found after disappearing from a car crash in Michigan, his family said.
Terry McDougall’s family filed a report with Flint police over the weekend.
His wife’s daughter said Monday that he’s safe.
“Thank you all so much for sharing,” Amber Moss said on Facebook.
The Fort Wayne Komets retired McDougall’s No. 19 in 2017. He had 249 goals and 644 points in 507 regular season games and was MVP of the International Hockey League in the 1978-79 season.
McDougall, now 67, finished his career with the Flint Generals.
Moss said his car wasn’t operable after he was involved in a crash Friday in Flint.