Rescue officers on Sunday discovered a 20-year-old man in essential situation off the coast of Southern California practically 10 hours after he was final seen driving a Yamaha jet ski, authorities stated.

Authorities started looking for the person – recognized as Jean Carlos Cheryl – round 10:48 a.m., after a buddy reported him lacking to the Coast Guard. Cheryl was final seen driving a jet ski off the coast of Lengthy Seashore, authorities stated.

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A crew aboard a Coast Guard helicopter discovered a pink and black jet ski round 2:00 p.m., however Cheryl remained lacking, Coast Guard officers stated.

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Cheryl was finally discovered greater than eight nautical miles southeast of the Lengthy Seashore lighthouse round 7:45 p.m. Rescue officers stated Cheryl was in “essential situation” and flown to Lengthy Seashore Memorial Hospital.

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The search concerned a number of companies together with Lengthy Seashore firefighters and lifeguards from Lengthy Seashore, Seal Seashore and the Los Angeles County Hearth Division, NBC Los Angeles reported. No further info was instantly accessible.

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