WORTH COUNTY, Iowa - The search for a man who went missing Friday after a boating accident on the Winnebago River continued Saturday morning.
The Worth County Sheriff's Office said the search continued at 7 a.m. Saturday. The identity of the missing man has not been released.
Authorities said they received a call at 12:12 p.m. Friday after a report that two men were in a boat when it struck a cable on a bridge.
Officials said one man is OK while they are still searching for the other.
A single-engine plane was involved in the search but was called off. Authorities are using an underwater drone to search for the missing man.
Agencies assisting the Worth County Sheriff’s Office at the scene have been the Iowa State patrol, Iowa State Patrol aircraft, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office, Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Office, Hanlontown, Fertile, Northwood, Clear Lake, and Ventura fire Departments, Forest City Ambulance, Worth County Emergency Management, Worth County IT, Mercy Air Med, Iowa Underwater Search and Rescue.