Missing Denver Kayaker Found in Lake Granby
The body of a young man who had been reported missing on Lake Granby on Sunday has been found. He was 21 years old.
The man was originally from the metropolitan area of Denver. Nevertheless, his identity has not been disclosed at this time.
A man was reported missing in the ocean close to Deer Island at approximately 6:45 a.m. on Sunday morning, which prompted the beginning of a rescue mission.
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The Grand County Sheriff’s Office was informed by a friend that the two individuals had spent the night on the island and were currently paddling their kayaks to their vehicle that was located on the shore.
The friend asserted that the wind caused his friend’s kayak to capsize, which resulted in the friend falling into the lake.
It was reported by the friend that he was unable to help his friend before he went underwater, but he was successful in bringing himself back to the shore.
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Rescue workers were able to scour the area with the assistance of Colorado Parks and Wildlife and a boat that was rented from Beacon Landing Marina.
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Despite this, there were strong winds and rough water on the lake as a result of the snowstorm that was occurring in the region.
On Sunday afternoon, search activities were pulled off the ground. A resumption of recovery attempts took place on Monday, and the body was successfully recovered by the responders.
It has been reported by the sheriff’s office that the individual in question was not using a personal flotation device.
There was assistance provided by the Kremmling Police Department, the Headwaters Water Rescue Authority, and the CPW Marine Evidence retrieval Team during the retrieval process.