Rescue crews resume search for man who may have fallen into water at Hop Brook Lake Dam in Naugatuck

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NAUGATUCK, Conn. (WTNH) — Rescue crews were on the scene at the Hop Brook Lake Dam in Naugatuck Wednesday afternoon after receiving reports that a man may have fallen into the water there.

Police say that officers, along with the Naugatuck Fire Department, Connecticut State Police, Waterbury police, Middlebury police, and other outside resources all responded to Hop Brook Lake Dam on Route 63 for the report of a man who possibly fell in the water at around 11:35 a.m.

Police say that it was being treated as a search and rescue. The search was suspended at around 4 p.m. with no result from these efforts.  

Thursday morning, News 8 got word from Naugatuck’s Deputy Police Chief that the dive teams are back out at the dam resuming their search for the man.

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