Accident map

This map shows the location at Fort Hood where a person was swept away into Clear Creek Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

Jonathan Tubbs | Herald

FORT HOOD — The search continued Saturday for the driver of a vehicle swept into Clear Creek on April 11 during heavy rainstorms.

“No one has been found and the search continues,” said Fort Hood spokesman Chris Haug.

The search operation has been ongoing for more than three weeks involving at least 900 people including members of the Morgan’s Point Resort Police Department dive and sonar search teams, the Texas Game Warden’s lake search teams, the Texas Task Force One boat and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

It is unclear if all these agencies are still involved with the search, and if the size and scope of the search operation remains the same.

Fort Hood officials have not released the name of the missing person.

jdowland@kdhnews.com | 254-501-7464

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