Woman from San Francisco drowns while rafting in American River

- Published: 11 July 2016
Woman from San Francisco drowns while rafting in American River

A San Francisco lady passed on Saturday amid a rafting mishap in the American River in unincorporated El Dorado County, sheriff's authorities said. 

Around 4 p.m., sheriff's delegates got a call reporting a mishap on the South Fork of the American River close to the group of Kyburz, sheriff's authorities said.

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The guest said a few people had been in internal tubes on the stream. In the wake of experiencing an area of rapids, the gathering understood that one individual was absent, as indicated by sheriff's authorities. 

Representatives, alongside firefighters from Cal Fire and the El Dorado County Fire Protection District reacted and promptly started hunting down the casualty. 

Around 45 minutes after the fact, powers found the female casualty submerged in an area of substantial rapids. The casualty was taken from the waterway and professed dead. 

She has been distinguished as 32-year-old Elaine Yi Mau. 

Sheriff's authorities have not yet figured out if Mau was wearing an existence coat and are keeping on examining the episode.