Sheriff shares video of low visibility of lake


As the search for actress Naya Rivera continues, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office updates the public with details of the operation. On Friday evening, he shared two video clips, one showing the very poor underwater visibility of Lake Piru affecting research, and another showing the equipment used.The first clip showed one of the remotely operated underwater vehicles used, a floating drone with cameras, connected to a boat via a cable, which, according to the ministry, is used in addition to “side scan sonar, dogs and divers ”. . ”

The second clip shows how drones are operated via a portable controller connected to a computer, with images displayed on an attached screen. As the images of the drone show, at a depth of 30 feet, the lake is extremely muddy and objects can only be identified with clarity very close to the camera. See the two clips below.

Earlier Friday afternoon, Captain Eric Buschow informed the media of the progress of the search for Rivera, who disappeared Wednesday during a boat trip with his son on the lake. He said that although they have found promising objects, Rivera’s body has yet to be found. He said the teams continue to search the northern and eastern parts of the lake two miles long, 130 feet deep at its maximum depth. The dead dogs also seek the top of the water. Learn more here.

Naya Rivera is currently appearing in the recurring role of Collette Jones in the adaptation of the series “Step Up”, which has already been broadcast on YouTube Red and will be broadcast on Starz for its third season to come. His other credits include “Devious Maids”, “The Bernie Mac Show” and “American Dad” among many others.


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