Mexican authorities seek for 2 lacking Americans, together with an NAU professor, within the Gulf of California


Mexican authorities are looking for two Americans who went lacking after a kayaking journey off the coast of Puerto Peñasco within the Gulf of California, native authorities mentioned late Saturday.

It’s unknown precisely when the couple went lacking.

Yeon-Su Kim is a forestry professor at Northern Arizona College, in response to her college bio.

Kim’s husband is Corey Allen, in response to a verified GoFundMe web page established to lift funds to assist the seek for the lacking couple.

“The search will be reinforced with reconnaissance flights from the Navy and by land from the Secretary of Public Security and municipal authorities of Puerto Peñasco,” the state coordinator for the civil safety company of the Mexican state Sonora mentioned on Twitter.

Puerto Peñasco, also referred to as Rocky Level, is a fishing and resort metropolis on the Gulf of California, south of Arizona.

A Northern Arizona College spokesperson issued a press release after the couple’s disappearance.

“The NAU and Flagstaff communities are hoping and praying that Yeon-Su and her husband Corey are found soon and brought home safely,” the assertion mentioned.

“Yeon-Su is a respected member of our NAU faculty and is well known for the warmth she shares with everyone she works with and her passion for our forestry mission,” the assertion continued.

“We are so thankful to everyone helping with the search as well as those providing resources to support these efforts.”