[UPDATE] Search For Man Who Disappeared in the Mohawk River Ends
UPDATE: 07/29/2022 1634 The Utica Police Department says the body of 42-year-old Musar Pwa of Utica was recovered from the Mohawk River on Saturday, July 30, 2022.
UPDATE: 07/28/2022 1136 According to the UPD, the area where the man was seen going into the water is being drained. The process is expected to take several hours.
At this time the man has not been located and his identity is unknown.
UPDATE: 07/28/2022 0820 The Utica Police Department says emergency responders remain on the scene this morning. No additional information has been released at this time. The UPD says more information will be released as soon as it is available. The Oneida County Dive team - comprised of members of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office and Utica Police Department - remains on the scene.
UPDATE: 07/28/2022 0639 Emergency responders are expected to release more information this morning following the resumption of the search this morning.
No information has yet been released on the identity of the individual for whom rescuers are searching.
Emergency responders are searching for a person who went missing near the Mohawk River earlier this evening.
According to Sergeant Michael Curley with the UPD, at approximately 5: 55pm on Wednesday, July 27, 2022 the Utica Police Department and Utica Fire Department “were dispatched to the Mohawk River off of Leland Ave regarding a male that (went) into the river and didn't surface. The Oneida County dive team has been searching for since then however has not located anything. They will resume efforts tomorrow.”
No information has been released at this time regarding the identity of the mail or his age.
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