More details are coming out about the SUV that went off a cliff in Northern California on March 26.
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Photo The Harts' vehicle was recovered off Highway 1, near Westport, Calif., on March 26.
The driver was pulling into a pullout during heavy rains when the SUV went over the edge, according to Sheriff's officials.
The body of a young child has been discovered along a Northern Calfornia river by teams searching for a missing family whose SUV crashed into the rain-swollen waterway last week, authorities said Friday. Authorities have not identified the woman. "The legal limit for driving in California is 0.08".
"At this point, certainly, the theory is the child was from this vehicle", Allman said.
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The CHP said on Friday nobody in the SUV was wearing a seat belt when the auto when over the cliff.
The remains of a girl believed to be among them was found washed up on the banks of an adjacent creek days later, but California Highway Patrol Sergeant Robert Powers said she had not yet been positively identified.
Last August, soon after the Harts moved into their rural home, neighbors Bruce and Dana DeKalb said a child rang their doorbell, seeking sanctuary from abuse.
Carpenter said the family stopped in the small town of Naselle, Washington, near their Woodland, Washington, home, during their drive to the California cliff but that investigators are still trying to determine why they stopped there and whether they contacted anyone.
Three of the children were originally found dead on scene.
On March 26, investigators recovered the bodies of the parents inside the auto and three children - Markis, 19; Jeremiah, 14; and Abigail, 14 - outside the vehicle.
The 100-foot drop killed the women, both 39, and their children Markis Hart, 19; Jeremiah Hart, 14; and Abigail Hart, 14. Authorities believe Devonte, 15, Hannah, 16, and Sierra, 12, may have been in the vehicle and were swept out to sea.