US authorities have recovered the body of 39-year-old Dutchman Sina Maleki, who drowned in California’s Lake New Melones on June 14 while boating with friends. His body was recovered last Monday and police confirmed his death. friday identity.
Sheena was in California visiting a friend for her wedding, according to her sister Athena. “He was very happy to be there,” she wrote. Donation page It was set up to pay the private company that searched for his body and cover funeral costs. A boat trip was part of the celebration.
“It started out as a happy and fun day of swimming, barbecue, laughter and natural beauty. But the day ended in tragedy when Sheena suddenly drowned during her final swim stop,” said Athena. wrote. His friends tried to save him, but he disappeared underwater.
When Sheena was reported missing, emergency services immediately sent a search party, but they were unable to find her. A private diving team then joined the search for the bodies of Dutch citizens using special sonar and other equipment.
of Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office reported that Sheena’s body was found on Monday, July 10, nearly a month after her disappearance.
“Our family and all who loved Sheena are completely heartbroken and devastated by this sudden and tragic loss,” Athena said.
Friends describe Sheena like this: “The kindest person” He has a big heart and loves to dance. “He was so full of energy and always had a big smile and an infectious laugh. He was always there when people needed him.” Imadul Rahman Here’s what Sheena said on Facebook:
“Sheena had a heart that spoke to souls in need and the feel of an electric floor that brought people closer together.” Samantha Savy Said. “Thank you for talking, dancing, and having a good time.”
“Sheena gave me the best hug and brought me the best vibes.” Pronto Laurus Said. “He was a friend to all of us. He will be sorely missed.”
https://nltimes.nl/2023/07/17/dutch-mans-body-recovered-californian-lake-drowning-last-month Body of Dutch man who drowned last month recovered from California lake