PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – Search and rescue crews are still looking for a boater who is missing following a boating accident at Camp Far West Lake near Wheatland.

The missing man is identified as 38-year-old Dustin Connor of Orangevale.

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According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Department, Connor was on a boat with five friends on Sunday when their boat crashed into a wake and split in half.

Three people were taken to a nearby hospital, but Connor went missing.

The Yuba County Sheriff’s Department used “sonar” technology Monday, to search for Connor at the bottom of the lake.

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Crews were able to recover part of the boat Sunday night, along with several life jackets.

Deputies are looking into whether anyone on the boat was wearing a life jacket before the accident.

Placer County sheriff’s deputies say it appears the boat was speeding when it crashed into the wake.

The three people who were taken to a nearby hospital on Sunday are in stable condition, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Department.

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Deputies say this is a good reminder for boaters to follow the rules. They urge boaters to obey the speed limits on the water, make sure they always have a life jacket on their boat, and not operate a boat if they have been drinking alcohol.