MCSO vessels searched for a missing lady on June 10, 2017. (Source: MCSO). A 35-foot Nordic motor boat was involved in an event on Lake Havasu on June 10, 2017.( Source: MCSO). LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ( FOX5) -. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Workplace stated they have recovered the body of a missing female Tuesday after she was reported missing after a boat crash on Lake Havasu over the weekend.
Waterway deputies found 31-year-old Jennifer Renne Martin, of Los Angeles, in 43 feet of water within the search location of where the crash happened. There were no signs of obvious injury to her body. An autopsy on Martin is pending.
Constable’s deputies reacted to the single boat crash at about 8 p.m. on Lake Havasu Saturday. 911 callers reported that a boat had actually turned and numerous individuals remained in the water. They also reported that another boater picked up a number of individuals out of the water, including an unresponsive man, while the boat associated with the crash circled around the scene unmanned at a high speed. The boater stated Martin was last seen in the water.
The boater took the other victims to a neighboring beach for medical treatment. The unconscious man, determined as 51-year-old Bruce Buchanan, of California, was taken to Havasu Regional Medical center, where he was pronounced dead.
The boat associated with the crash was later discovered by authorities on a beach near Spectator Point, it had actually run onto the shore at high speed. A witness said they did not see anyone around the boat after it crashed onto the coast.
Witnesses told authorities that the boat made a hard left turn prior to the crash, causing it to lose control and eject all the occupants into the water.
Authorities stated alcohol appears to be a consider the crash. The operator of the boat, who was not injured, is cooperating with the examination.
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