THREE men are presumed to have drowned after jumping in the water to save a boy in California, officials say. The boy, 8, was swept away by a current near Three Mile Slough, a popular swimming area in Sacramento County, Battalion Chief Brandon Wilson of the Rio Vista Fire Department said. The child was pulled from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta unharmed after five men jumped in to try to rescue him, said Wilson. Three of the five men didn’t make it back to shore. "They saw them go under and never saw them come back," the battalion chief said, according to The Los Angeles Times . The news outlet reported that the men were relatives, and family at the scene identified the missing as Edwin Rivas, Edwin Perez, and Danilo Solorzano, local news station KCRA reported. More California Stories BEST BUDS? Kardashian fans find ‘MORE PROOF’ Kim & Kanye are ‘getting back together’ FIREWORKS Fans find major hint Kim & Kanye are ‘planning secret 4th of July reunion’ "This happened so fast, three people, my friends…and we used to come here all the time," Juan Cabrera told KCRA. Cabrera was one of the five men who jumped in to… Read full this story
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