Amari Quarles Wiki – Amari Quarles Biography

A California teenager is being remembered as a hero after drowning while trying to rescue his younger brother. Amari Quarles, 15, died Sunday while hiking at Sand Cove Park in Sacramento, KCRA 3 reported. Amari waded into the water to help her 13-year-old brother, Elijah, who was struggling after a soccer ball, the children’s mother, Yolanda Sashe, told the outlet.

Yolanda also jumped in to help the couple, but was quickly overwhelmed by the current. “She got very sick very quickly,” she recalled. “It was direct hitting you back and forth. “You can’t fight. You can’t go against the current… it drags you down.” “I looked at him and I looked up and I felt her hands fall,” added the grieving mother of the moment she lost her daughter. Something came and took him away from me and left.

Amari Quarles Age

The age of was 15 years.


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Amari Quarles cause of death

Amari’s body was found by rescue teams a few hours later, according to The Sacramento Bee. “My son died a hero, I am so proud of what he did,” the teen’s father, James Sashe, wrote on the family’s GoFundMe page Monday. He added that the family had recently moved to California to be closer to family.

Amari was reportedly a valedictorian at Natomas High School, which also confirmed his death in a statement on Facebook. Capt. Justin Sylvia of the Sacramento Fire Department told KCRA 3 that the cold, fast-flowing river conditions were difficult even for the rescue team.

“It gets very exhausting when you’re looking for someone and trying to swim in that current,” he explained. “You could be coming out and it could be just knee-deep, water level-wise, and you could fall right after that.” “That river is for nobody,” James added.Read More…..


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