State police in Huntingdon said Tuesday night that divers have recovered the body of a 16-year-old boy who drowned Saturday in Raystown Lake.
Police said the boy, whom they did not identify, jumped off a 27-foot cliff into the lake around 6 p.m. Saturday.
Divers searched the water Saturday and Sunday and were unable to find the boy, even with the assistance of sonar.
On Tuesday, unmanned submarines were deployed. They found the boys body near the spot where he entered the water.
Police said the investigation will continue pending the results of an autopsy. They didnt provide further information.
Three men drowned in the lake last month in two separate incidents, which happened about eight miles apart at the 8,300-acre recreation area.
Police said Igor Khodavsky, 71, of the Ukraine, was swimming out to an island not far from the shore on July 29, and didnt make it.
Khodavsky was visiting Raystown with his family, and members brought him to shore to attempt CPR, police said. He was pronounced dead at J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital.
In a separate incident that day, police said Jerry Broman, 57, and Larry Newman, 71, both of Chambersburg, were boating when they entered the water without life jackets.
Police said they were in a cove and that rangers think they were fishing. The men apparently ran into trouble, and one tried to assist the other, calling for help. By the time two nearby boats responded, the men had gone under water.