The body of a third victim of the horrific accident of Labor Day weekend on the Colorado River in California has been found.
The divers located the corpse of Kirra Drury, 24, around 12.35 p.m. on Tuesday, according to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office.
The body of Brian Grabowski, 50, was discovered three hours earlier. Both had disappeared since Saturday night, when two boats collided in the river around 8 p.m.
Authorities recovered the body of 51-year-old Christine Lewis on Monday morning. Raegan Heitzig, Grabowski's niece, is still missing.
The body of Kirra Drury (right) was found three days after the terrible accident on the Colorado River. Raegan Heitzig (left) is the last disappeared victim
Drury (center) and Heitzig (left) published photos of them enjoying the boat before the weekend accident of Labor Day
Sheriff Doug Schuster said the department will continue the search efforts until Heitzig finds himself
The four victims of the fatal accident were in a Halley boat with 10 people, including Drury's boyfriend, Lance Nelson.
Nelson shared a picture of one of his last moments with Drury and said that she was the "sweetest soul that ever touched my heart".
"She made me the happiest man of all time and had so many plans for us," he wrote in a tribute to Instagram.
"I am very happy that you have been found and I hope you have not suffered, you have never deserved it and I still do not know why the best people are taken so early.
Also on the ship were Heitzig's sister, Jordan, and her aunt Tabby, who was married to Grabowski.
Both women were seriously injured in the accident and taken to a hospital in Las Vegas, where they are still recovering.
Also on the ship were Heitzig's sister Jordan (center front) and her aunt Tabby (far right), who was married to victim Brian Grabowski.
Lance Nelson, who was on the ship, shared a picture of one of his last moments with his girlfriend Drury and said he was the "sweetest soul that ever touched my heart".
The family revealed in a GoFundMe campaign that it was Tabby who saved Jordan's life after the accident left her unconscious.
Jordan fractured his spine at the top of his neck and got burns from the shock.
The family was informed when the search began that authorities believed Heitzig was unconscious from the impact of the accident and did not suffer.
Sheriff Doug Schuster said the department will continue the search efforts until Heitzig is found.
"It is our deepest desire to provide a measure of closure for the family and everyone involved," he wrote in a statement on Facebook.
The divers found Grabowski's body on Tuesday. Tabby (pictured) is recovering from her injuries at a hospital in Las Vegas, as is Heitzig's sister, Jordan.
The 51-year-old body of Christine Lewis was recovered on Monday morning by divers
"We will continue to do everything within our means to do it and pray for a quick resolution."
Survivor Taylor Corbino discussed on Tuesday how total chaos erupted after the accident.
Corbino was enjoying Labor Day weekend with friends of the family when his Sleek Craft boat, which had six people, crashed into the Hallet boat.
The recent graduate of the university was sitting in the back of the boat, chatting with friends, when suddenly she heard someone exclaim & # 39; Oh, s ** t & # 39;
"I look up and then I see the boat, the other boat," he told Good Morning America. & # 39; And the next thing you know is that I'm in the water & # 39;
Pat Kelly, Corbino's father, was in a nearby boat when he heard the terrible accident.
"We were becoming Pirate & # 39; s Cove and our friend accompanied us and we greeted him," Kelly recalled.
On Tuesday, survivor Taylor Corbino spoke about the total chaos that erupted after the accident.
Corbino was chatting with friends, when suddenly he heard someone exclaim & # 39; Oh, s ** t & # 39; and they hit another boat. In the photo, one of the submerged ships
The 16 people were thrown from both boats when the two ships collided on Saturday. In the photo, one of the boats recovered
"And we see their lights on, and then a horrible shock." The river is all dark, it was totally dark. It sounded like a freight train hitting the side of a building. It was horrible. & # 39;
Corbino said he was underwater for so long that he could no longer hold his breath.
"The current was so strong that I was moving and all I could think about was 'taking a breath'," he recalled.
"In fact, I breathed a bit of water and all I said to myself was: Taylor, swim to the top to take a breath & # 39; & # 39;
"I swam to the top and my friend who was sitting next to me in the boat, I felt him grab me."
Meanwhile, Kelly jumped out of her own boat, which was about 50 meters away from the accident, while desperately trying to find her daughter.
His friend Dave Dade, who was on the boat with Kelly and Kelly's wife, Kathy Boelter, said the river turned into complete chaos.
"As we entered the site of the accident, there were debris everywhere and I was afraid to lift the boat because I did not want to cut someone [with the propeller]. & # 39;
Lewis was a nurse at the Kaweah Delta Medical Center in Visalia, California, for 22 years. Grabowski, also from Visalia, was a board-certified ocularist who manufactured ocular prostheses.
The four victims of the fatal accident were in a Halley boat with 10 people, including Drury (pictured before the accident)
I could not find Pat. Then his wife was hysterical. All she could say was. & # 39; Where is my baby? Where is my baby? & # 39; & # 39;
Kelly said it was a "pandemonium" when people started screaming and crying.
& # 39; When it was blocked, we were just trying to find [Corbino], find someone, "he said." We did not even know it was another boat until we heard other people scream. "
It was total chaos, and then I heard it. Someone said, "Taylor is fine." Scream "Where is Taylor? Where is Taylor?"
"And then we knew that she was fine, so we got to that side, actually seeing her before we calmed down." But everyone seemed fine. "
Corbino said she feels lucky to be alive.
"I thought I was going to die," he added. "I thought I was going to drown."
More than 60 crew members from Arizona and California searched for victims this week
She remains sore from the accident and said the survivors have spoken little about the accident.
"I think we're all still in a state of shock," he said. & # 39; It still has not come to us completely. It's been a crazy weekend.
"But when I tell you about it, we're all very grateful and blessed to be alive, we should not be alive."
Lewis was a nurse at the Kaweah Delta Medical Center in Visalia, California, for 22 years. He is credited with saving hundreds of lives.
"We are shocked and disconsolate to know the passage of one of our own in the tragic accident of a ship in the Colorado River this weekend," said Gary Herbst, CEO of Kaweah Delta.
"Our thoughts and prayers go to all those who knew Chrisi Lewis, to family and friends who are still searching the river for their loved ones."
Grabowski, also from Visalia, was a board-certified ocularist who manufactured eye prostheses with his company Grabowski and Associates.
More than 60 crew members from Arizona and California have been searching for victims throughout the week.
They tracked their route with a computer program that maps the riverbed while two helicopters searched for air.
Two helicopters already searched the victims by air
A detective from the San Bernardino County sheriff's department suffered minor injuries after participating in 10 dives in the past two days.
"This detective has been very tenacious with his participation," the department said in a statement.
& # 39;[He has been] trying to do the best to help family members have some type of closure. "
The 16 people were thrown from both boats when the two ships collided on Saturday. Some were dragged 3 to 5 miles downstream from the accident site.
It is believed that none of the navigators wore lifejackets at the time, according to ABC News.
The force of the crash also caused both ships to sink, according to the San Bernardino County Fire District.
Nine victims, including two in critical condition, were transported to nearby hospitals by ambulance.
The sheriff's office still has to determine whether speed or alcohol played a factor in the accident.
A team of divers appears in the water on the Colorado River after the accident