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updated: 9/22/2012 2:28 PM

Drowning report prompts search of Naperville pond

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Rescue crews searched a Naperville pond Saturday after someone reported seeing an arm waving in the water, but they came up empty-handed.

Firefighters responded to the retention pond near 95th Street and Skylane Drive at 10:50 a.m. for a report of "an arm of a drowning person waving in the water," officials said. A water-rescue team in protective suits searched the pond surface and below while police went door-to-door to see if anyone was missing.

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"After an extensive search, (crews) determined that there was no one in the water," Bureau Chief Kevin Lyne of the Naperville Fire Department said in a news release.

The search involved 25 members of the fire department and several police officers, according to the release. No injuries were reported.

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