Missing family of 4 may have been swept into river

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The Thottapilly family - 42-year-old Sandeep, 38-year-old Soumya, 12-year-old Siddhant and 9-year-old Saachi - hasn't been heard from since Thursday, according to a missing notice posted to Facebook.

Valencia Calif.- A missing family mystery possible new clues in the case of a Valencia family of four that vanished while on a road trip. Two days after Gujarat resident Thottapally Babu Subramaniam tweeted to Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, urging her to help locate his son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren, authorities in the U.S. are fearing the worst.

The vehicle disappeared into the swollen river in a pounding rain. "Sandeep's brother, Sachin, who lives in Canada, is now in California to help with the search operations", she said.

A flyer asking for help in the search was posted on a family member's Facebook page.

Responding to Babu's tweet seeking government intervention, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that she was in touch with Indian Consulate in San Francisco.

A body was pulled out of the surf Saturday but was not immediately identified. Down, in 2005. The family have campaigned since then to find her body.

On Friday, the California Highway Patrol got calls about a red Honda Pilot, the same make and color of the Thottapillys SUV, that was seen careening off a windy, two-lane section of the highway near Leggett, CA.

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The vehicle is the same kind that the Thottapilly family owned.

After an SUV matching that description went off the roadway on Friday near Dora Creek, first-responders and rescue crews arrived to find the vehicle "was completely submerged in the Eel River" amid heavy rains, the CHP said.

The family had gone on a road trip to Portland and was on their way back home to California when they went incommunicado.

The family's last known location, in their maroon Honda Pilot, was around Klamath in the Redwood National Park area. "We are working on finding the vehicle but we are not able to locate it".

Anyone with information about the family's whereabouts can contact their local police department.

CHP Officer William Wunderlich told the Santa Clarita Valley Signal affirmed that the vehicle they were searching for is similar to the one the Thottapilly family was last known to be driving.

The father of Sandeep Thottapilly reached out for help from Union Bank, where he says his son is the vice president.