HURON, Ohio (WOIO) - The Coast Guard confirmed a water rescue mission is still officially active for a 23-year-old woman at Nickel Plate Beach, even though crews have suspended their search efforts.
According to the Coast Guard, she was swimming with her husband and three kids when she went under.
Two Coast Guard boats, a dive team, and a helicopter from Detroit is helping ODNR, Huron Police and Fire crews in this rescue mission, according to the Coast Guard.
The Huron Police Department said the search has been suspended due to lake conditions.
However, the Marblehead Coast Guard confirms the search has not been called off and is still considered active.
This is the second water rescue at Nickel Plate Beach this month.
On the other side of Ohio on Sunday, the body of a 17-year-old boy was recovered after he jumped off a breakwall in Conneaut.
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