Naya Rivera Update: Sheriff Shares Video of Low Lake Visibility

As the cease up for actress Naya Rivera continues, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Space of job is updating the public with dinky print of the operation. And on Friday evening, it shared two video clips, one demonstrating the extraordinarily low underwater visibility of Lake Piru affecting the quest, and one other exhibiting the gear being frail.
The predominant clip showed one in all the remotely operated underwater vehicles being frail, a floating drone with cameras on it, connected to a ship via a cable, which in accordance with the division is being frail to boot to “aspect scan sonar, canines, and divers.”
The second clip demonstrates how the drones are operated via a handheld controller connected to a laptop, with photos displayed on an connected camouflage. As the drone photos shows, at a depth of 30 ft the lake is amazingly muddy and objects can handiest be identified with readability very shut to the camera. Discover both clips under.
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1/2 Right here’s the ROV frail by @TulareSheriff in the cease up for Naya Rivera at Lake Piru this day. Right here is one in all many sources being frail, alongside with aspect scan sonar, canines, and divers. pic.twitter.com/LkeI04HIMJ
— Ventura Co. Sheriff (@VENTURASHERIFF) July 11, 2020

2/2 Right here’s an example of the underwater visibility at a 30-foot depth in Lake Piru. pic.twitter.com/YGNNUdmPQ4
— Ventura Co. Sheriff (@VENTURASHERIFF) July 11, 2020

Earlier Friday afternoon, Captain Eric Buschow briefed the media about how the cease up for Rivera, who disappeared Wednesday at some stage in a boating outing alongside with her son on the lake, is progressing. He said that while they’ve figured out some promising objects, Rivera’s physique has but to be figured out. He said teams are continuing to search the north and jap aspects of the 2-mile-lengthy lake, 130 ft deep at it’s most depth. Cadaver canines are additionally hunting the highest of the water. Read extra about that here.
Naya Rivera in the meanwhile appears in the routine role of Collette Jones on the “Step Up” series adaptation, which beforehand aired on YouTube Crimson and can air on Starz for its upcoming third season. Her varied credits embody “Devious Maids,” “The Bernie Mac Point out” and “American Dad” among many others.

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