Body of North Carolina boy found in river; search on for father
Searchers found the body Monday of a 5-year-old boy who fell into a river in North Carolina while on a fishing trip with his father, who is missing after he jumped into the water to attempt to save him, officials said.
The body of 5-year-old Braylin Holman was recovered in the Neuse River, news outlets reported.
Wayne County spokesman Joel Gillie said authorities received a call last Wednesday from someone who said they saw a father and son fishing from a dock at the Goldsboro Boating Access along U.S. 117 when the child fell in and the father jumped in after him.
The search continues for 38-year-old Sterling Holman.
Gillie said the water is about 10 feet deep at that part of the river.
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