Oregon Lake combed for drowned boy’s 3 missing relatives

GASTON, Ore. — A day after a 3-year-old boy drowned in a reservoir west of Portland, Oregon, divers are searching the water for three of his missing family members.

Officials say there is no sign of foul play in the drowning of the boy in Henry Hagg Lake or the disappearance of three of his relatives — two adults and another child.

Authorities have not yet said exactly how the four people are related, but said they are from nearby Hillsboro.

Police say the four went to a picnic area at the lake on Monday. The boy’s body was found Monday night. The family’s car was also found at the lake.

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