Search crews returned to Lake Lanier once again on Tuesday. They continue to search for the body of 13-year-old Griffin Prince, who has been missing since his family's boat was involved in a late-night crash last Monday.
Griffin's 9-year-old brother, Jake, was killed in the accident. Griffin is presumed dead, and three other people were hurt in the accident.
On Tuesday, the 911 tapes of calls made reporting the accident were released. One caller is heard struggling to identify the location of the crash because it was so dark. That caller, identified as Chrissy, said the people on the other boat were intoxicated.
Paul Bennett, who was driving the pontoon boat that struck the Griffin family's boat, is charged with boating under the influence.
Since the crash, divers from Hall County, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, and even the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been looking for Griffin's body. They're now using cadaver dogs to narrow the search area, which is difficult to navigate because of the depth of the water and heavy timber in the lake.
Hall Co. Sheriff's spokesman Sgt. Stephen Wilbanks says the cadaver dogs had some positive hits during Monday's search. They were kept overnight at the search command headquarters and brought out onto the lake Tuesday morning. He says the dogs got hits in the same location, allowing them to narrow the search location.