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    CHERRY CREEK STATE PARK, Colo. (CBS4) — Search and rescue personnel pulled the body of a 29-year-old man from Cherry Creek Reservoir on Saturday, a week after the man slipped from an inner tube being pulled by a boat and failed to resurface. Colorado Parks and Wildlife stated in a Twitter message that its Marine Evidence Recovery Team had located and recovered the man’s body with the help of personnel and equipment from South Metro Fire Rescue. (credit: Colorado Parks & Wildlife/Twitter) The agency stated it suspected the man drowned, but the official cause of death will be determined by the Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office. That same office will also release the man’s identity after his family members have been notified of the recovery. Grant Brown, CPWs Boating Safety Program Manager, shows us the ROV Pro V the Marine Evidence Recovery Team uses in water recovery operations. The ROV (remote operated vehicle) uses sonar, lights, video cameras and a manipulator in searches. pic.twitter.com/DVYYoQ06Pd — CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) May 8, 2022 RELATED  Search Crews Expand Search For Man Missing...
    (CBS4) – The search for a man who went underwater at Cherry Creek Reservoir last weekend isn’t over, but boating is being allowed on the reservoir once again. (credit: CPW) A team with the Summit County Sheriff’s Office joined South Metro Fire Rescue in the recovery operation this week. The search crews used specialized underwater equipment and drones while the boating closure was in place. They say the reservoir bottom has been “thoroughly” searched. First responders say it is their No. 1 priority to bring the victim back to the family. They will continue to use the underwater equipment and will continue to search shoreline areas as the effort continues. The boat ramp was reopened early Friday morning. Anyone with information about the incident, which happened on Saturday, that might help with the investigation is asked to call 303-291-7227.
    AURORA Colo, (CBS4) – Search crews expanded their search for a 29-year-old man who went missing when he fell from an inner tube pulled by a boat on the reservoir at Cherry Creek State Park on Saturday. (credit: CBS) Searchers used a grid format to look at new areas of the reservoir on Tuesday. On Monday, the CPW NE Region tweeted that, work to recover the missing man is ongoing, and crews used drones to continue their search at the start of the week over the reservoir. (credit: CBS) CPW’s park rangers and marine units were accompanied by South Metro Fire Rescue, who were all back out searching the water. RELATED: Recovery Operation Underway For Man Presumed Drowned At Cherry Creek Reservoir At Cherry Creek State Park, the recovery operation for the missing victim in the water continues. Crews utilized drones early this morning to search the reservoir. @SouthMetroPIO along with our Park Rangers and Marine Evidence Recovery Team are also back out searching the water. pic.twitter.com/CFN2l0nFAZ — CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) May 9, 2022 South Metro Fire Rescue...
    AURORA Colo, (CBS4) — Investigators are still working Monday to find a 29-year-old man who went missing when he fell from an inner tube pulled by a boat on the reservoir at Cherry Creek State Park Saturday. (credit: CBS) According to the CPW NE Region tweet, work to recover the missing man is ongoing, and crews used drones to continue their search at the start of the week over the reservoir. CPW’s park rangers and marine units were accompanied by South Metro Fire Rescue, who were all back out searching the water. RELATED: Recovery Operation Underway For Man Presumed Drowned At Cherry Creek Reservoir At Cherry Creek State Park, the recovery operation for the missing victim in the water continues. Crews utilized drones early this morning to search the reservoir. @SouthMetroPIO along with our Park Rangers and Marine Evidence Recovery Team are also back out searching the water. pic.twitter.com/CFN2l0nFAZ — CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) May 9, 2022 Over the weekend, Lauren Ono, public information officer for South Metro Fire Rescue, told CBS4 the man was not wearing a life...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – After unsuccessful overnight search, rescue personnel from South Metro Fire Rescue, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office have restarted their efforts Sunday morning to locate a man presumed drowned after he fell from an inner tube being pulled by a boat Saturday evening. The call reporting the emergency was made at around 6:45 p.m. Saturday, according to Lauren Ono, public information officer for South Metro Fire Rescue. Searchers immediately put boats on the water and used underwater and airborne drones in an attempt to find the 29-year-old man. The rescue mission changed to a recovery mission when the man was not recovered after 90 minutes of searching. Crews search Saturday for man who became separated from an inner tube while being towed by a boat in Cherry Creek Reservoir and has not been seen since. (credit: CBS) During the Sunday’s search, Cherry Creek Reservoir is closed to recreational boating. The state park itself, however, will remain open. Ono said the drowning victim was not wearing a life jacket at the time of...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Firefighters rushed to Cherry Creek Reservoir where a boat was on fire on Monday evening. Crews with South Metro Fire Rescue rushed to the burning boat that was still on the water. Smoke from the boat fire as seen from Overland High School (credit: CBS) The fire was putting out a lot of thick, black smoke that could be seen for miles. All people on board the boat were accounted for. No one was injured. What caused the boat to burst into flames is being investigated. Update: Black smoke is visible around Cherry Creek State Park as the boat continues to burn on the water. Firefighters are working with @CPW_NE Rangers to extinguish the vessel. — South Metro Fire Rescue (@SouthMetroPIO) June 21, 2021 Firefighters teamed up with Colorado Parks and Wildlife rangers to put out the fire.
    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – It could take a year for the NTSB and FAA investigations to determine the cause of a mid-air collision north of Centennial Airport on Wednesday. Two small planes collided over Cherry Creek Reservoir. (credit: CBS) The 2 people on board the Cirrus SR22 were able to parachute to safety before the plane crashed. READ MORE: ‘Americas COVID-19 Memorial’ Using Art To Heal, Unity Pandemic Survivors Video of the smaller red aircraft falling to the ground, guided by a parachute, was recorded by Hector Velazquez. READ MORE: Some RMNP Trails May Not Open For Full Year Inside Burn Zones Of States Two Largest Wildfires (credit: South Metro Fire Rescue) Key Lime Air said that one of their cargo aircraft, a Fairchild Metroliner was on approach to landing at Centennial Airport when it was struck by another aircraft. It suffered substantial damage but was able to land safely. No one either on the ground or onboard the planes was injured in the collision. MORE NEWS: COVID In Colorado: Governors Office Lifts Face Mask Mandate For Those Who...
    (CBS4)– Crews with South Metro Fire Rescue and the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office rushed to the wreckage from a plane crash after two small planes collided mid-air on Wednesday morning. No injuries were reported. The wreckage of one plane was found south of Cherry Creek Reservoir and the other plane landed at Centennial Airport with a huge hole in its cabin. (credit: CBS) Witnesses say they are shocked nobody was killed or hurt. Two people walked away from the crash scene. “I was in the kitchen and I heard a loud firecracker bang. I ran out (on to my patio). Right when I got here I heard another bang,” said Shelly Whitehead, a witness. “I saw a plane coming down.” Update – PIO on scene of plane crash. Two on board walked away with no injuries. Second plane able to land safe no injuries. Media briefing at noon – at Belleview and peoria just south of the access road to the crash. Look for the @SouthMetroPIO vehicle. pic.twitter.com/8A25hbV06C — Arapahoe Sheriff (@ArapahoeSO) May 12, 2021 The in-flight collision happened...
    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Crews with South Metro Fire Rescue rushed to the wreckage from a plane crash where two small planes apparently collided mid-air. The wreckage was found south of Cherry Creek Reservoir on Wednesday morning. UPDATE: Initial reports indicate that 2 planes collided midair over Cherry Creek State Park property just south of Belleview and Peoria. One plane crashed here with no injuries or fatalities. The second plane landed safely at Centennial Airport with no injuries. Updates to follow pic.twitter.com/ksKhbZo9Fk READ MORE: Denver DA Clears Glendale Police Officers Of Wrongdoing In Fatal Shooting Of John Pacheaco Jr. — South Metro Fire Rescue (@SouthMetroPIO) May 12, 2021 READ MORE: Denver Weather: 2021 Precipitation Is About To Surpass All Of 2020 The crash happened over Cherry Creek State Park property and one plane crashed just south of Belleview and Peoria. No one was injured. MORE NEWS: This Is Not Just Any Usual Recovery: Economist Explains Rash Of Price Hikes, Product Shortages The second plane landed safely at Centennial Airport, also with no injuries.
    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Firefighters with South Metro Fire Rescue worked with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office on a recovery after a body was found near the Cherry Creek Reservoir on Tuesday. The body was located in deep water in the Cherry Creek Spillway near Interstate 225 and Parker Road. South Metro is on scene with @ArapahoeSO for a water recovery near Cherry Creek Reservoir and Kennedy Golf Course off of I-225. PIO is enroute and will provide further updates. pic.twitter.com/ilnpQIGoAa READ MORE: Mobile Home Park Evacuated As Aurora Police Negotiate With Barricaded Suspect Who Fired A Gun — South Metro Fire Rescue (@SouthMetroPIO) May 11, 2021 READ MORE: John Swenson Sentenced To Life In Prison For Beating Death Of Grandmother Linda Shomberg Investigators are on scene and trying to determine the nature of the death. They did tell CBS4 that there is no threat to public safety. Deputies investigating a body found in Cherry Creek Spillway near I-225 and Parker Rd. @SouthMetroPIO is assisting w/removing the body from deep water. Still trying to determine whether its...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) — Cherry Creek State Park has closed the swim area due to elevated levels of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) growth. Blue-green algae has also been detected in other areas of the park and caution signs have been placed in visible areas throughout the lake. The natural algal blooms may be harmful to dogs and humans. (credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife) The stream in the off-leash dog park  has been tested and no visible signs of the algae have been observed. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) recommends the following: Keep kids out No pets in water Do not drink water Avoid contact with algae The swim area will remain closed until tests provide acceptable conditi (credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife) ons to re-open. The blooms form as a result of a number of things including warmer temperatures, stagnant waters, and nutrient loading from fertilized lawns. For more information on blue-green algae, click here. For more information on conditions at Cherry Creek State Park, click here.
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