The search for the 13-year-old that jumped off the I-430 bridge yesterday is still on-going.
The Sheriff's Office Water Patrol has been on the water all day and will remain out until dark.
If the subject is not recovered today, the operation will resume tomorrow morning.
Rescue crews from the Little Rock Fire Department and Game & Fish have also been assisting in the search today. Game & Fish is bringing in additional divers and equipment.
The Johnson and Pope County Water Rescue team just arrived at the search site. They brought a ROV (remote operated vehicle) that is tethered from the boat and used to search underwater. The ROV has lights and cameras installed in it to allow the operator to monitor the underwater search from the boat.
Update (7:50 a.m. Thursday):
Crews are back on the river this morning to resume the search.
Update (4:35 p.m. Wednesday):
Little Rock Fire officials say they are suspending the search for a 13-year-old boy who jumped from the I-430 bridge around noon Wednesday.
Half a dozen boats using dredge equipment and sonar looked for any sign of the young man for more than four hours.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) tells KARK 4 that the boy was riding in a car with his aunt, who was taking him to a mental health or rehab facility when he jumped from the car and over the bridge.
Officials say the distance from the bridge to the water is about 60 feet.
"We've had other incidents of jumpers off bridges before, but at this particular bridge, not recently I can't recall any recently," said Battalion Chief Al Cerrato with the North Little Rock Fire Department.
The search is set to resume Thursday morning.
Update (3:15 p.m. Wednesday):
Police say crews are no longer in rescue mode and that the search is now a recovery mission.
The search has been widened beyond the area around the I-430 bridge.
Original story (12:10 p.m. Wednesday):
A water rescue is underway on the Arkansas River near the I-430 bridge in North Little Rock.
Police say that a teenager jumped from the bridge and the bridge is closed down for the rescue operation.
It happened around noon.
We'll have more information as soon as it becomes available.