Truck found in Ohio River in west Kentucky

A truck was discovered at the bottom of part of the Ohio River in Livingston County Thursday.

The sonar of local fishermen revealed the truck in the Berry’s Ferry area. 

"It was about plain as day that there was a pickup truck, definitely, in the water there. By the looks of the picture, it appeared to be Dodge, regular cab pickup," said witness Craig Tinkle. 

Livingston County Emergency Management Director Brent Stringer says a dive team will be on the scene on Saturday to pull the truck out.

Stringer says there are no missing persons or missing vehicles from Livingston County.

We will bring you more details on this story as information becomes available. 

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