UPDATE: Around 9:30 a.m. on Friday, Stephen Young with the Limestone County Sheriff's Office said rescue crews found the body of Miguel Alonso in the Elk River.
FROM EARLIER: Rescue crews headed back in the water around 8 am Friday morning. A Limestone Co. Sheriff's Office representative tells WAAY 31 that the water is too dangerous after Thursday storms. They are using sonar technology to search on multiple boats. They say this morning it's to dangerous to have divers search, but that may change.
Miguel Alonso, 16, was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt, brown pants, and white shoes and was bank fishing near a boat ramp on Elk River Park Road. The sheriff’s office says Miguel’s fishing pole was found near the water. Crews in the water searching Thursday included the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office, Athens-Limestone Rescue, Killen and Rogersville fire departments, Alabama State Troopers Marine Police, Alabama State Parks service and state Game and Fish wildlife services division.