UPDATE: The Pueblo County Coroner has identified the body recovered from Lake Pueblo State Park.

22-year-old Rosalia Niz of Colorado Springs died as a result of a swimming accident in the Sailboard area of Lake Pueblo.

PUEBLO, Colo. — Colorado Parks and Wildlife is reporting that another person has died at Lake Pueblo.

According to CPW, rangers responded to a report of a missing person off North Sailboard beach late Thursday afternoon. Park Manager Joe Stadterman and his team raced to the beach by boat, arriving at 4:37 p.m., within six minutes of the call for help.

An underwater drone known as a Remote Operated Vehicle, or ROV, was deployed to search the 20-feet-deep waters using its sonar, camera, and lights. The drone located a body about 10 minutes after it went in the water. The body was taken to shore with the assistance of the Pueblo County Sheriff’s volunteer dive team.

The body was turned over to the Pueblo County Coroner’s office for identification, notification of relatives and determination of cause of death.

“This death is under investigation, but it appears to be a tragic accident,” Stadterman said. “We offer our condolences to the family and friends of this victim.”

Stadterman said the death is especially troubling given all the efforts by his team to raise awareness of water safety with park guests.

“This is yet another heartbreaking loss of life,” he said. “It underscores the message we have been stressing to recreate responsibly and to wear life preservers when on or near the water.”

If a drowning is confirmed, it would be the 23rd in Colorado this year. The record is 34 in 2020.

This is a developing story, check back here for updates.