The following is an excerpt from an article on CBC News:
Ex-wrestling star saves man lost in Quebec woods
Raymond Rougeau is no stranger to the spotlight, but the once world-famous wrestler is now garnering attention for a good deed outside the ring.
Earlier in September, Rougeau — one half of the WWF's Fabulous Rougeau Brothers — flew his own plane on a rescue mission to find a hunting friend lost in the Quebec woods.
He discovered his hunting buddy, a 77-year-old man, in good health two days after he vanished near Lac Saint-Jean.
"He said, 'I ruined your hunting trip,'" Rougeau told CBC's Quebec AM.
"I said, 'To find you healthy the way you are now, it's the best hunting trip I've ever had.'"
The story started on Sept. 17 when Rougeau's friend failed to show up at a meeting spot near Lac Saint-Jean that the two have used for the last 12 years when travelling to their hunting camp.
Rougeau, piloting his seaplane, would ferry the two up to the remote spot that can't be reached by roads.
Check out the complete article online at CBC.ca.
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