Rescue officials pronounced a blank jet skier was found during approximately 7:45 p.m. “unfortunately in vicious condition.”
Rescue officials on Sunday found a 20-year-old male in vicious condition off a seashore of Southern California scarcely 10 hours after he was final seen roving a Yamaha jet ski, authorities said.
Authorities began acid for a male – identified as Jean Carlos Cheryl – around 10:48 a.m., after a crony reported him blank to a Coast Guard. Cheryl was final seen roving a jet ski off a seashore of Long Beach, authorities said.
A organisation aboard a Coast Guard helicopter found a red and black jet ski around 2:00 p.m., though Cheryl remained missing, Coast Guard officials said.
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Cheryl was eventually found some-more than 8 nautical miles southeast of a Long Beach beacon around 7:45 p.m. Rescue officials pronounced Cheryl was in “critical condition” and flown to Long Beach Memorial Hospital.
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The hunt concerned mixed agencies including Long Beach firefighters and lifeguards from Long Beach, Seal Beach and a Los Angeles County Fire Department, NBC Los Angeles reported. No additional information was immediately available.