Lake search turns up no sign of missing Layton boy

May 9 2012 - 8:48am

 

 

 

 

Searchers spent about two hours today on the Great Salt Lake in an unsuccessful attempt to locate 4-year old Corbin Anderson, the Layton boy who fell into the Weber River on April 28.

 

Workers from the Utah Division of Parks used a 35-foot boat to search near Eardley Spit, a peninsula that extends into the lake from Stansbury Island, about six miles west of the Great Salt Lake Marina.

Based on winds and currents over the last several days, searchers identified the spit as a possible place where the boy's body might be found.

Another group using an airboat from Antelope Island also searched for the boy today around Fremont Island.

 

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