11:50 p.m. Update: A body has been pulled out of the submerged van.
"There is no foul play suspected, but the body is going to be sent to the GBI crime lab [Atlanta] because of the nature of how it was recovered," Chattooga County Sheriff Mark Schrader said.
Schrader says Dade County Sheriff Ray Cross is expected to make an announcement about this finding in the coming hour or so. The body was found inside the van that was submerged in a swimming pool off Brow Drive, Cloudland.
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9:45 p.m. Update: A dive team has been called in to assist with placing a strap around the submerged van. Divers are preparing to get into pool water.
The GBI, Chattooga County Sheriff's Department and a special crash reconstruction team from the Georgia State Patrol are investigating why and how a van landed in an inground pool in Cloudland.
Sheriff Mark Schrader says it's unknown as of 8 p.m. whether someone is inside the vehicle.
"We just really don't know," the sheriff said. "The way it's in the pool, it is hard to make out anything. . . It's busted the pool liner and the liner is pushed up around the edge of the vehicle."
The pool is located at a guest house owned by a Summerville attorney off Brow Road, according to the sheriff.
"The last time anybody was at [the guest house] was last Thursday," Sheriff Schrader said.
The vehicle was discovered around 4 p.m.