SUV that fell into river belonged to missing family, officials determine

SUV that fell into river belonged to missing family, officials determine

A woman believed to have intentionally driven her wife and children off a cliff in the USA state of California was legally drunk, the local sheriff's office said. But after spending two weeks with the family Argyropoulos said she noticed kindness, love and respect for the children was largely absent.

Officials in California, who have been searching for a missing Indian family of four, have found a woman's body which was washed up near the swollen Eel river.

The Mendocino County Coroner's office recovered the body on Friday about seven miles south of where the SUV was seen entering the rain-swollen river.

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, 9 - in a maroon Honda Pilot from Portland, Oregon to San Jose in Southern California, during which they went missing on April 5.

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The Sheriff said that the river was at flood stage at the time of the accident, with the water flowing at 14 miles per hour. "Several items have been positively identified, by the family members, as belonging to the Thottapilly family".

The Klamath River and a string of state and federal redwood parks lie along Highway 101 to the north of where the vehicle was seeing falling into the Eel River.

Jennifer, her wife Sarah and three of their children were found dead after their auto plunged into the Pacific Ocean March 26. The Harts and three of their children were found dead after the auto plunged into the Pacific Ocean on March 26 Two more are missing and another body has been found but not identified. Jennifer and Sarah Hart, both 39, and three of their adopted children, Markis Hart, 19; Jeremiah Hart, 14; and Abigail Hart, 14, have all been reported dead.

A couple vacationing reportedly saw the body and pulled it from the surf before calling authorities.

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