PUEBLO, Colo. — Search and rescue operations are underway at Lake Pueblo after a boat overturned Sunday night, leaving multiple people stranded in the water, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW).

CPW Public Information Officer Travis Duncan said 13 people (5 adults, 8 children) were on board when the boat capsized due to high winds around 7:30 p.m. Sunday.

One woman died and rescue crews are still searching for a man. During the recovery, one child was flown to Children’s Hospital, and all other adults and children were taken to a local hospital to be checked for hypothermia.

“Our Colorado Parks and Wildlife Marine Evidence Recovery Team is on the way to search with their sonar,” Duncan said. “It is expected to be a difficult search cause it is 80-90 feet of water where the incident occurred so it could be a long night, but they will be searching for that missing male.”

Rescue crews are searching in deep water with cold temperatures, around 60°. Crews will continue to search throughout the night.

“Remind folks that it is as you said, it is a busy memorial weekend we’ve got a lot of folks out to be safe when you are out. If you are out on any water to make sure to wear your life jacket, wear your PFD and just be safe. Know before you go, practice those leave no trace principles and research where you are going and look up weather conditions,” Duncan added.

Rangers ask for people to avoid the north shore marina area, the middle of Lake Pueblo, and Rock Creek Cove due to heavy first responders’ presence. CPW asks that boaters give space to patrol boats and search vessels.

The woman’s body was turned over to the Pueblo County Coroner to identify the remains and to determine the cause of death.

CPW is still investigating the incident.