Entertainer Naya Rivera Presumed Drowned After Swimming In Lake Piru, 4-Year-Old Son Found Alone In Boat

The quest for 33-year-old entertainer Naya Rivera was suspended late Wednesday night after she disappeared before in the day.

As indicated by the Ventura County Sheriff's Department, Rivera leased a barge vessel at around 1 p.m. for she and her 4-year-old child to take out onto Lake Piru.

Around three hours after the fact, another boater discovered her youngster resting in the vessel without anyone else. The boater informed authorities, who quickly started a quest for Rivera with the utilization of helicopters, automatons and jump groups.

The youngster was supposed to be safe and told agents that he and his mom were swimming, yet his mom never got once more into the vessel.

It was not quickly clear how the kid got once more into the vessel.

"There's a great deal of difficulties in a supply this size, on occasion with perceivability," Capt. Eric Buschow, of the sheriff's area of expertise, said. "I don't have subtleties yet with regards to the profundity of the zone where the pontoon was found or what conditions they're experiencing out there."

The vehicle Rivera and her child ventured out to Lake Piru in was expelled from the scene, however the pontoon stayed in the water.

Specialists were attempting to rejoin the kid with relatives Wednesday evening.

On Tuesday, Rivera shared a photograph of she and her child with the inscription, "simply both of us," on Twitter.