SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (BCN) - UPDATE: Early Saturday morning, San Joaquin County Sheriff's responded to a report of a possible sighting of the three jet skiers. Using a rescue boat and helicopter, the three were located and safely rescued without injury at 7:37 AM Saturday.
A 10-year-old girl is among the three people rescued after the Jet Ski they were riding Friday night near Rio Vista ran out of fuel.
The Coast Guard was actively searching for the three victims since 9 PM Friday, which included the girl, a 22-year-old woman and a 36-year-old man, Coast Guard officials said.
Around 9 p.m., the Coast Guard received a call from Brannan Island State Park regarding an overdue Jet Ski, with three people aboard, according to Coast Guard officials.
The Jet Ski departed the park around 8 p.m.
All three victims were seen wearing bathing suits and life jackets, Coast Guard officials said.
The two adults were both wearing blue life jackets, while the child was wearing a red life jacket.
The Jet Ski is described as white with a teal colored seat, according to Coast Guard officials.
The Coast Guard had sent a response boat, as well as a helicopter, to the area to assist in the search.