JACKSON COUNTY, TN (WSMV) -Rescue crews are searching for a two-year-old boy at Cummins Falls.
Emergency officials said the call for the rescue went out around 5 p.m. at the popular swimming spot.
About 15 people had to be actively rescued, Burris said. The people ranges in all ages, from children to grownups.
The little boy has not been found, and now the Tennessee Highway Patrol is assisting crews in the water by flying overhead, using their infrared technology in their THP helicopter.
The park is a popular swimming area, but has a history of sudden flash floods and drownings. Back in 2017, nine people had to be brought to safety. One person in that case died.
EMA officials warn passersby to stay away from the falls while the search is underway.