Authorities on Tuesday resumed searching a partially frozen Morris County, N.J., lake for two missing teenagers thought to have fallen through the ice Monday evening.
Both of the teenagers are believed to be boys who attend a high school in the area, officials have said. Their families were notified Monday night that they had been reported missing.
On Tuesday morning, the father of one 15-year-old boy believed to be among the two missing returned to the search scene, starting out at the lake as he sat in the passenger seat of a pickup truck.
Police have been searching for the boys since several 911 calls came in reporting screams for help coming from Budd Lake in Mount Olive Township shortly before 6:30 p.m. ET Monday.
One of the 911 callers, William Hardy, lives across the lake with a friend and told NBC 4 that the two heard cries and went to the lake to investigate.
"We heard some individuals calling for help, saying, 'Please help us. Please save us, someone help,'" said Hardy.
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