The last dive of Collins Lake was held in the summer of 2016, and its fate is not yet known.
The lake’s only dive, in 2012, was a “solo dive” by a group of divers in the lake.
The team went for three days, but the team reported they were in trouble and were unable to get back to the surface.
The last day of the dive was held the same day.
The divers used a special “dive bag” to get up to the water’s surface, but there were no ropes.
The only piece of equipment used was a water bag.
The dive team left the lake’s surface around 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 8, 2016.
They did not get to see the lake before they died.
The lake’s lake manager, Steve O’Brien, said the lake was open to the public from 9 a.m.-4 p.b.
The Lakeland Police Department did not return calls from ABC News.
O’Briens son-in-law, Scott, said they were very grateful to have been part of the event.
They were able to get some footage of the lake, but it was not as good as we hoped.
Scott said they did not know if they would be able to go back to Lake JOCA for a second dive.
He said he is looking forward to what they have planned.
We want to do something to commemorate the people that died on the lake in 2016.
He told ABC News, “We want the next generation of people to go out there and do something.
We want to be able go out and explore the lake and to see what’s there.”