TULSA, Okla. - Update
The Tulsa Fire Department has pulled a third body from the Arkansas.
That happened around 6:00 P.M. Thursday.
Three men in a group of people hand fishing in the Arkansas River during the predawn darkness drowned near the low water bridge Thursday.
Bryan Tillman tells KRMG he and several friends gathered at the river to "noodle" after leaving Tulsa Welding School about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday.
They got to the river around 2:30 Thursday morning, and about 4:00 a.m. one of the men decided he wanted to get closer to the fountain area near the pedestrian bridge, roughly 2800 S. Riverside Drive.
Connor Norvell, 20, jumped into the area near the low water dam, came up once asking for help, then didn't resurface again.
A second man, Troy George, 23, jumped in to help him and never came back up.
The third victim, Eric Harris, 27 then tried to throw his friends a line, but lost his footing and was swept over the low water dam.
Several agencies responded, including Tulsa Fire Department, Tulsa Police Department, Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, Oklahoma Highway Patrol and EMSA.
A few hours later, George's body was spotted by a jogger about a quarter mile downstream from the low water bridge.
A TCSO boat recovered him and he was taken from the scene by the Medical Examiner.
The park department and other city and county agencies also got involved and the Army Corps of Engineers agreed to stop the flow of water from Keystone Dam for four hours.
The second body was found around 3:30.
All three, as well as Tillman, were reportedly students at Tulsa Welding School.
Norvell was from Colorado, George from Louisiana and Harris from Watts, Oklahoma.
VIDEO OF THE AREA WHERE THE THREE MEN DROWNED: