Man missing in Snoqualmie River at Fall City WA



FALL CITY, Wash. (AP) -- The King County sheriff's office says searchers have been unable to find a man missing in the fast-moving Snoqualmie River since he tried to rescue a dog. A sheriff's spokesman said Monday's search was suspended at 5 p.m.

KOMO-TV says Lindsay Grennan tells the station that she and her 28-year-old fiance, Johnny Sharrar, threw a stick in the water for their dog to chase on Sunday at Fall City, Wash. The dog got caught in the strong current and the couple jumped in to save the animal.

Grennan was rescued and the dog managed to get out safely.