Search for man in Lake Washington now recovery mission

KIRKLAND, Wash. (AP) — Officials say a search for a man who fell into Lake Washington near Kirkland has become a recovery mission. King County sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Tim Meyer says the 32-year-old and two other men were on an inner tube being pulled by a boat near O.O. Denny Park when they fell into the water around 6 p.m. Sunday. Two of the men were rescued and taken to the hospital with injuries deemed not life-threatening. Officials and search and rescue volunteers were unable to find the third man Sunday or Monday. The Seattle Times reports officials will use a remotely operated underwater vehicle to search for the man’s body in the lake where divers cannot reach.