UPDATE: Identities released of drowning victims

BARBOUR COUNTY, W.Va. (WDTV) -- UPDATE
Officials with the Division of Natural Resources has identified the two men whose bodies were found after an apparent drowning at Teter Creek Lake as 39-year-old Richard Stanley Jr. and 47-year-old Ronald Crihfield.

Both men were from Elkins, and were found after the paddle boat they were in capsized on the lake Sunday night. Officials say the men were with 36-year-old Charles Petsko, Jr., of Elkins, who was able to swim to the shore.

According to emergency officials, the three men were not wearing life jackets when they were found.

The DNR is investigating.

UPDATE
Two people are dead after a paddle boat capsized on Teter Creek Lake in Barbour.

According to Barbour County 911 officials, there was an emergency call at around 10:50 p.m. on Sunday, telling officials there were people yelling for help. After searching all night, rescue crews found two bodies and a survivor in the water. They say the survivor refused medical treatment.

According to emergency officials, the three men were not wearing life jackets when they were found.

The identities of the victims have not been released at this time. The Division of Natural Resources is investigating.

ORIGINAL STORY
Multiple fire, police and EMS crews are on scene of an unknown incident at Teter Lake in Barbour County.

According to 911 dispatchers, the Belington Fire Department, Belington EMS, Philippi Fire Department, Barbour County Sheriff Department, and the Division of Natural Resources arrived on scene at 10:50 Sunday night. All crews are still in the area Monday morning.

Officials are not releasing any information on what happened at the lake at this time. Stay with 5 News as we work to get the latest information.