'Glee' star Naya Rivera's body may never be found due to the terrible visibility in Lake Piru, where the actress went missing over 48 hours ago -- but authorities say they are no using 'advanced sonar equipment' to aid in the recovery.
According to the Ventura County Sheriff's Department, says the lake is filled with underwater trees and plants, and if someone gets tangled they could be stuck in the place indefinitely.
"In this particular lake, in that area, there's a lot of trees and plants and such that are under the water that can cause entanglements. It makes it unsafe for the divers and it makes it a more complicated search," a spokesperson for the Sheriff's said.
He continued, "We're using all the assets that are available to us. We're using technology like sonar. We have experts who have dove this lake, that know it inside and out, that know where debris pockets might be. We're relying on their expertise to help us in that endeavor. We're going to do everything that we can to find her. We're going to continue to search."