Woman's Body Found Along Colorado River Identified As Ventura Student Killed In 2018 Boat CrashAuthorities used dental records Thursday to identify the remains as 26-year-old Raegan Heitzig. The body was found on July 2 on the California shoreline of the Colorado River.
Ventura Woman's Body Found From Colorado River Boating AccidentThe body of the third missing boater was found Tuesday after two boats collided on Saturday on the Colorado River along the California-Arizona border.
Calif. Woman’s Body Found, 3 Still Missing After Boating Collision On Colorado RiverTwo boats collided in Moabie Regional Park near Lake Havasu Saturday night. Ten people were injured.
4 Missing, 13 Injured After 2 Boats Collide On Colorado RiverTwo recreational boats collided head-on Saturday in a stretch of the Colorado River marking the California border with Arizona that was crowded with people enjoying the Labor Day weekend, sinking one boat and leaving 13 people injured, authorities said. Another four people were missing.
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Woman Awarded $21.7M In Watercraft Accident That Caused Permanent Brain Damage At 15In a release Wednesday, attorney Lawrence Grassini says client Fabiola Esparza was 15 when she suffered permanent brain injury in the 2008 accident near Blythe, Calif.
Canyon Country Woman Killed In Colorado River Boat CrashA California woman has been killed and eight others were injured in a boat crash on the Colorado River near Lake Havasu City.
Could Man Be At Fault For The Next Big Quake? Researchers at the Scripps Institution For Oceanography warn that man’s interference with the Colorado River could set the stage for a major earthquake along the San Andres Fault.