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UPDATE: Man's body pulled from Little Miami

Woodrow Bullock, Photo: Hamilton Co Sheriff Woodrow Bullock, Photo: Hamilton Co Sheriff
Little Miami River is running high to recent rains Little Miami River is running high to recent rains
Searchers on the Little Miami River Searchers on the Little Miami River
Sheriff's Officers direct traffic Sheriff's Officers direct traffic

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Update: Woodrow Bullock's body has been found and pulled from the Little Miami River.

Crews found his body Saturday evening around 100 feet from where he fell in.

Update:  Searchers will return to the river Friday at noon to continue their in their efforts to find Woodrow Bullock.  Neighbors say he was working on his dock Thursday afternoon when he slipped and went into the river.

The Little Miami is running about twice its normal depth due to recent rains in the tri-state.

Update: The man has been identified as Woodrow Bullock, 87, of the 9100 block of Link Road.

He was last seen wearing a light colored t-shirt, blue jeans and dark green rubber wader boots.

Police say the victim was trimming trees around his boat dock, slipped and fell into the river. A witness stated the victim immediately went under and was not seen after that point.

Search crews continue their efforts to find him.

Search efforts are continuing in an effort to locate Mr. Bullock.

Previously:

Rescue crews are searching the Little Miami River for a missing man. 

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Helicopter is flying over the scene and a dive team is on the way.

The scene is located near the 9200 block of Link Road. 

The water in the Little Miami River is flowing high due the the recent rains.

FOX19 has a crew on the way and we will update shortly.

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