Troopers with the Missouri State Highway Patrol say dive teams with Mid-County Fire Protection District, Osage Beach, and Lake Ozark performed image dives after performing sonar scans early Monday evening.
Mid-County Fire Chief Scott Frandsen says his dive teams are only able to dive 60 feet into the water. The Missouri State Highway Patrol dive teams are trained to go deeper.
UPDATE: MSHP find body of missing swimmer at Lake of the Ozarks
The patrol says Gordon-Price was swimming off a pontoon near the Grand Glaize Bridge when he went under water just before 5:00 Monday afternoon.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS – Missouri Highway Patrol troopers have located the body of a swimmer who went missing Monday at Lake of the Ozarks.
Searchers said the man, identified as 27-year-old William Gordon-Price from Overland Park, Kansas, was swimming off a boat when he did not resurface.
MSHP located the swimmers body at approximately 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, and his family has been notified.
During the search, divers searched approximately 60 feet below surface level near the Grand Glaize Bridge, according to MSHP Troop F.