- The Washington Times - Monday, March 16, 2009

NICOLAUS, CALIF. (AP) - Authorities searching for three missing teens in northern California say they have recovered two bodies from the Feather River and are searching for a third.

The three disappeared March 4 during a fishing and camping trip in a rural area north of Sacramento. Fishermen reported hearing a vehicle crash into the river.

Relatives said they were notified Sunday that authorities had recovered the remains of 18-year-old Roman Pristupa.

Sutter County Sheriff’s Capt. Dave Samson says a second body was pulled from the river Sunday and is presumed to be one of the other two teens.

Friends and family have identified the other missing youths as 17-year-old Aleksandr Kaplinsky and 16-year-old Bohdan Lytvynyuk (BOH-dan lie-TIN-ska).


Information from The Sacramento Bee: https://www.sacbee.com/



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