Little Dwight Dinsmore was found in the Allegheny River in Pennsylvania at around 2:40 pm on Saturday following a huge search after he went missing from a campsite during a family camping trip, a report said.
Cops stated that the toddler’s death was being considered an accident.
The little boy, of Yatesboro, disappeared while his family was at a campsite in South Buffalo township, according to another report.
In the report, authorities stated that the toddler was 3’5″ tall and wore a gray T-shirt with a motorcycle on its front.
Another report revealed that crews searched for Dwight for several hours but were forced to pause rescue efforts as bad storms swept through Pennsylvania.
After the weather improved, search efforts were resumed around 7:30 AM on Saturday morning. Dwight was located hours later.
The search was assisted by a dive team, bloodhound units, and local police departments, the report said.