Cacahuamilpa, Guerrero — Civil Protection in the State of Guerrero have found the bodies of two sisters lost in the caves of Cacahuamilpa.
Rescue officials say the two girls, aged 16 and 19, were reported missing after visiting the cave over the weekend. Witnesses at the cave say they saw the pair become stuck in an underground river where they were dragged by the current.
Sisters Abril and Vanier, ages 16 and 19 respectively, had joined a group of 19 others who were led by two guides to explore the underground river. It was 5:30 p.m. on Sunday when the two girls were discovered by rescue personnel at a point known as paraje pilares.
The caves, which are part of the National Park, are a popular tourist site in the state.