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US Rescuers are searching for Mission Indian Family, Found Women Body, unidentified

US Rescuers are searching for Mission Indian Family, Found Women Body, unidentified: Well, reports are that rescuers in the US have found women while searching for a missing Indian family of four who is missing since more than a week and sources are claiming that the police are assuming that they drowned in a California river, after getting some inputs. Also, the inter-agency’s search and rescue operation team in California were looking for the inputs and they found out personal items and numerous parts of a vehicle from a swollen river in which the missing Indian family was traveling last week.

US Rescuers are searching for Mission Indian Family, Found Women Body, unidentified

Also, the sources are saying this family was traveling from Santa Clarita in California and they were traveling through Humboldt and Mendocino County on US-101 while on a vacation.  So many important things were also found by the team over a two-day period on Tuesday and Wednesday and the other known people from the family are confirming that these things belong them missing family.

As per the reports the missing family is identified as Sandeep Thottapilly, 41, vice president of the Union Bank on Santa Clarita, and his wife Soumya Thottapilly, 38, were on a road trip along with their two kids — Siddhanth, 12 and Saachi, nine. Also, the relative is saying that in the maroon Honda Pilot from Portland, Oregon to San Jose in Southern California, during which they went missing on April 5.

Also, you all should know that found boy wasn’t identified now but sources are saying that this could be from the missing Thottapilly family. Also, the official said that “Searchers located the deceased body of an adult female approximately seven miles north of the reported crash site (Eel River flows in a northern direction).”

Police and the local team are trying to find out the whole family in meantime they aren’t disagreeing with the fact that they all were drowned. Even, the body was found on Friday on an exposed terrain which appeared to have covered by the Eel River within the last few days as a result of a recent weather storm. Reports are coming that the identification will take place this 17th April.