Bodies of father and son found in Susquehanna River
UPDATE 3/25/19: According to the Bradford County Coroner's Office, autopsies were performed Monday on Derek and Maddox Marshall. The cause of death for both was determined to be drowning.
A gofundme was created to help pay for funeral expenses.
UPDATE 8:31 a.m: Athens Township Police have identified the father and son that were found in the Susquehanna River. Police say the bodies of 29-year-old Derek Marshall of Athens, and his one-year-old son, Maddox Marshall were found at 3:15 p.m. on Saturday.
According to Police, their car crashed into the river off of Sheshequin Road late Friday night. Police say shortly before the crash, an officer saw a car speeding along that road. Minutes later police were called to the same area where they found 31-year-old Emily Hoey along the shore. Police say Hoey was able to escape.
Athens Township Police are still investigating the crash.
UPDATE 10:45 a.m: Rescue Crews in Bradford County met up at the Ulster Township Fire Department around 8 a.m Saturday morning to resume their search.
Crews were seen with rescue raft boats entering the Susquehanna River in wet suits around 10:30 a.m. As of right now, officials are declining to comment on the matter.
ATHENS TOWNSHIP, PA (WENY) -- First responders in Bradford County are looking for a man and an infant who are reportedly missing after a car crash on Sheshequin Road in Athens Township on Friday night.
According to multiple scanner reports, the crash happened around 9:45 p.m. Three people were inside of the car at the time of the crash, and one person reportedly was able to make it out of the water. Multiple fire departments and agencies were called out to the scene to assist.
WENY News reached out to the Athens Township Volunteer Fire Department for more information, but officials declined to comment on the matter.
Around 1 a.m. WENY News arrived near the area of the crash. Emergency vehicles were parked along Sheshequin Road, but left the scene a short time later.
Scanner reports indicated crews suspended search efforts for the night around 12:30 a.m. Saturday.
This is a developing story, and WENY News is working to learn more.