Arizona couple goes missing while kayaking in Mexico on Thanksgiving
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Authorities say they are looking for an Arizona couple who disappeared while kayaking in Mexico on Thanksgiving.
Corey Allen and his wife, Yeon-Su Kim, of Flagstaff, went kayaking with their teenage daughter around 1 p.m. Thursday in Puerto Peñasco, also known as Rocky Point, Mexico, when the wind picked up, family and friends said. Allen helped her daughter back to shore and is believed to have returned to Kim before the couple went missing.
Authorities in Mexico tweeted that a search was underway for the two Americans, along with a photo of the couple.
"Sonora Civil Protection continues to coordinate the search for two people of American descent who disappeared after kayaking in Puerto Peñasco with the Secretary of the Navy and city officials," the post said.
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"The search is being reinforced with naval and land reconnaissance flights by the Minister of Public Safety and the Puerto Peñasco city authorities," the agency wrote in a follow-up tweet.
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Flagstaff Police told FOX10 Phoenix that they were aware of reports of the missing couple but had no direct information about the search.
A partial view of the beach in Puerto Peñasco in the state of Sonora, Mexico.
Shelly Thomas, a close friend of the couple, told the channel that Allen and Kim are "amazing friends and wonderful parents" who are an important part of the Flagstaff community.
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"We pray they will be found alive and returned to their children who love and depend on them," Thomas said.
According to AZ Family, Allen is a real estate agent and Kim is a forestry professor at Northern Arizona University. The couple reportedly have two teenage children.
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A popular vacation spot for Arizonans, Rocky Point is about a four-hour drive from Phoenix.
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