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BREAKING NEWS: Possible Drowning in Wexford County

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Just in to the 9&10 newsroom: The Wexford County Sheriff Department and DNR are on the scene of a possible drowning in Wexford County.

Crews are looking for a man who they believe is missing after diving in after his child on Lake Mitchell in Cadillac.

Police say the man was on the boat with his three kids.

The youngest child fell into the water and the dad jumped in after him.

The man was able to get the child on the boat. That's when the father went under.

Roscommon County is bringing in a side scan sonar to X-ray the bottom of the lake.

The police did tell us that teams will stop searching once the sun goes down if they haven't made any progress and then continue early tomorrow morning.

There are at least 4 boats out on the water looking for him.

Police confirmed that the kids were wearing life jackets on the boat.

Stay with 9&10 News as we are working to bring you the latest details as they become available.

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