Rescue crews will continue looking for a man in the Susquehanna river this morning after his canoe overturned Sunday afternoon. His wife also went overboard Sunday afternoon, but crews found her shortly after it happened. She told police she was able to grab an oar from the canoe to help her make it to shore. She says she briefly saw and heard her husband, Robert Brennan, 63, of Wrightsville, but then lost contact.
There are at least four boats in the water this morning searching for Brennan, as well as dogs combing the shore on the York and Lancaster sides of the river.
Fox43 News will have continuing coverage of the search throughout the day today.