Komets great Terry McDougall found safe


FLINT, Mich. (WANE) — Fort Wayne Komets legend Terry McDougall, who went missing over the weekend, has been found safe.

The team on Monday said McDougall was reportedly involved in a hit-and-run crash Friday in Flint, Michigan. Afterward, McDougall set up a tow “and has been missing since,” the Komets said.

The information came from McDougall’s daughter-in-law, Amber Moss, the team said.

Flint Police did not release any other information but said the investigation was ongoing.

Later Monday, Moss posted an update that said McDougall had been found and was safe. It’s not clear where, and no other information was released.

McDougall played seven seasons with the Komets from 1975-76 to 1981-82. He scored 249 goals and recorded 396 assists for 645 points in 507 regular season games for the K’s. His No. 19 was retired by the team in January 2017.

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