CHATFIELD STATE PARK, Colo. (CBS4) – A search and recovery operation resumed at Chatfield State Park early Saturday morning. Colorado Parks and Wildlife sent a Marine Evidence Recovery Team out at 2 a.m.

CPW, West Metro Fire and South Metro Fire responded to the swim beach on Friday afternoon for an adult who did not resurface from the water. Witnesses on a nearby boat tell crews they saw two people struggling to swim.

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They were able to rescue one of them.

(credit: South Metro Fire Rescue)

Crews used sonar equipment to search the last point where the missing person was seen.

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Storms and wind on Friday capsized a rescue boat, but everyone was able to be rescued by other rescue crews.

(credit: South Metro Fire Rescue)

Crews declared the missing a recovery instead of a rescue two hours after searching for the adult.

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