Federal and state search crews kept up efforts to find the body of 13-year-old Griffin Prince, who was killed along with his 9-year-old brother Jake last Monday in a boating accident on Lake Lanier.
The boys were out with their family when their boat was hit by another boat, sending the boys into the water.
The driver of the other vessel, Paul Bennett, 44, was arrested and charged with boating under the influence of alcohol.
Jake's body was recovered, but crews are still trying to find his brother Griffin. Using cadaver dogs to sniff out scents beneath the lake surface, recovery crews have the search area narrowed down to a smaller section of the lake.
"We're going to exhaust all of our efforts," said Cpl. Adam Loudermilk of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. "Right now there's no talk of giving up."
Though they have the search area narrowed down, divers continue to struggle with near-zero visibility under water. There are also trees that present hazardous obstacles beneath the water, from when the area was flooded to create the lake 50 years ago.
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