NAPA (CBS SF) — A dive team from the Napa County Sheriff’s Office was working to recover the body of someone believed to have drowned at Lake Berryessa on Wednesday evening, a sheriff’s spokesman said Thursday.

Authorities responded shortly before 7 p.m. to the suspected drowning of a male victim reported in the lake in an area east of the 10000 block of Berryessa Knoxville Road, Napa County sheriff’s spokesman Henry Wofford said.

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The dive team was out at the area as of midday Thursday in what is now being considered a recovery operation, Wofford said.

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No other information about the person or how they drowned was immediately available, he said.


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