HASLETT -- Officials with the Capital Area Dive Team now say it's possible there are no victims under the ice in Lake Lansing.
Crews have been on the scene since Saturday afternoon, after neighbors called in reports of two men falling through the ice.
Efforts were postponed Saturday night because of concerns for the safety of the rescue workers (their gear had started freezing up) and resumed those efforts Sunday morning.
Again, they found nothing.
Authorities now tell News 10 there have been no missing persons reports filed and no abandoned cars in the area. Around 2 p.m. Sunday, the dive team suspended rescue efforts until more information is available.
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