Crews were still searching Friday in boat and on foot for Mann.
Everett and Mann were last seen at Mann’s house on Monday, Taylorville police said.
The truck the two teens were last seen in was found Thursday evening about 5 miles north of Taylorville, in about 17 feet of water.“The good news is that the water has come down quite a bit in the last day,” Rauner told shelter residents.He said utility companies are working to get power restored as the last of the water is removed, and that the victims will be allowed to go home as soon as it’s safe.The Mc Kendree Metro Rec Plex is a new, full-service, state-of-the-art sports complex.The complex offers two NHL-sized ice rinks, an aquatic center fit with a 10 lane championship swimming pool, a contemporary fitness area and many other amenities.Divers concentrated their search in the flooded areas around Sangchris Lake and Pawnee, which is where Mann’s wireless phone was tracked around a.m. UPDATE p.m.: Shelters in Madison County are seeing the number of people seeking refuge from flooding shrink as the waters recede. Bruce Rauner visited the Granite City shelter following a tour of two flooded mobile home parks in Pontoon Beach.Red Cross leaders said as many as 67 people spent the night in a flood shelter at the Nameoki Methodist Church on Pontoon Road in Granite City in the immediate aftermath of flooding earlier in the week. Many residents of the mobile home parks ended up at the Red Cross shelter.For your convenience, our hotel offers plenty of free parking for cars, trucks, buses, and RVs. Appreciate the convenience of our guest laundry facility.Step into our guest rooms and experience absolute relaxation with high-speed Internet access, microwave, mini-fridge, coffeemaker, desk with lamp, cable TV with HBO, iron, ironing board, and free local calls. is an outdoor adventure park for people that want to be a little extreme right here in Illinois.“But when we got the new forecast, that changed into getting people out.” On Friday afternoon, Mitchell School kindergarten teacher Amanda Wilson sat in the Granite City shelter, reading books and doing puzzles with children who were happy to see her familiar face from school.“There is a lot of pressure on parents who are trying to get their households back together,” Wilson said.