The search continued Sunday for a man who fell overboard Saturday morning while boating in the Missouri River near Nebraska's Ponca State Park.
The man set out from the park around 7:30 a.m. for a morning of fishing. When he went to went to anchor the boat, the rope pulled him and another passenger overboard, according to a report from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
The passenger was able to climb back aboard the boat and called the Dixon County Sheriff’s Office around 8 a.m. He was treated for mild hypothermia, the report says.
Officials began searching for the other fisherman around 9:30 a.m. Saturday but had to call of the search that night when it became too dark.
Officials and volunteers will gather at the Ponca State Park boat ramp on Sunday morning to resume the search. Teams split up to search both the river and the land near the shore.
Rescue teams from around the area assisted in the search, including trained search dogs and a dive team, officials said.
Officials have not yet revealed the name of the man or the passenger.