Former "Glee" star Naya Rivera is presumed to have drowned while boating on a lake near Los Angeles, authorities said on Thursday (July 9).
The 911 call made to emergency services was also released. An unidentified woman reports a missing person.
"We've found a little girl in one of the boats by herself and the mom is nowhere to be found," she said referring to Rivera's son.
Rivera's four-year-old son was found alone and sleeping in a drifting boat on Wednesday (July 8) and told authorities they had both gone swimming but his mother never returned.
Officials said there was no indication of foul play but it was too soon to say what happened, or how long it might take to find Rivera's body.
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- 9-1-1, [INAUDIBLE] reporting.
- Lake Piru. The emergency is we have a missing person. We found a little girl in one of the boats by herself, and her mom is nowhere to be found.
- OK. Lake Piru. OK, found child. And is she white, Black, Asian, Hispanic?
- I have no idea. I'm heading down there right now to go check. My husband was one of the people that was first there, and I'm gonna go find out more information. He just told me to call it in.
- OK. Do we know if it's a boy or girl?
- I believe it was a little girl.
- OK. Approximate age?
- Like I said, I have no idea. I'm heading down there right now. You want me to call it back when I get there?
- Yeah. I'll put it-- I'll put the little bit of information that I have, and then yeah. When you get there, you can give us a call back. What is your name? OK, I'll put that in. But yeah, as soon as you get more information, go ahead and give us a call back.
- OK, thank you.
- Thank you.