MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office says that a man was pulled from the Mississippi River Sunday evening, and is currently recovering.

According to a spokesperson for the sheriff’s office, the Hennepin County Water Patrol was dispatched to the river near the Stone Arch Bridge after a fisher pulled a man out of the water.

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It’s not clear how the man ended up in the river.

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Authorities said he was conscious, breathing and alert. He was transported to Hennepin Healthcare for evaluation.

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The man was not immediately identified.