Dive team recovers beat up camera at Natchez Trace State Park

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- James Dunkle has been working in Water Rescue and Recovery for over two decades.

Five years ago he started West Tennessee Dive Rescue and Recovery in Henderson County to help area law enforcement with searches.

"We don't charge anything. We are non-profit. We just do it, all of our members do it, because they love helping the community."

Not too long ago, a diver came up with an old Nikon camera at Pin Oak Lake at Natchez Trace State Park

Despite being battered and beat up, it still worked.

There were almost 80 pictures on the SD card.

Dunkle said he's hoping someone will see the story and help him do what he's always done; reconnect people with the things they love.