Two people were pulled from Lake Michigan in Chicago early Friday while another remained missing in the water, authorities said.
The two people rescued were pulled from the water near North Avenue and the lakefront, the Chicago Fire Department tweeted just before 8 a.m., but another woman is still missing.
The search for the missing person, a 22-year-old woman, was suspended around 9:30 a.m., as the water was too dangerous to send divers in, according to fire officials.
The Coast Guard is still on the scene, and will use helicopters to continue doing a surface search for the missing woman.
One of the men who was rescued from the water says that a group of three people decided to jump into the lake and were planning to get out quickly, but the water was too strong.
One of then men was rescued from the water by authorities, while another was able to escape on his own, according to the Coast Guard.
Fire officials later warned people to "stay off bike paths and rocks" due to high waves and squalls.
One of the men was taken to Northwestern Hospital in stable condition, according to fire officials. The other was treated and released at the scene.
Further details on the rescue were not immediately available.
Check back for updates on this developing story.