Family Seeks Help From Wisconsin Diver To Find Missing Rogers Woman

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BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) - Relatives and friends are rallying to find a missing 21-year-old woman at Beaver Lake.

Stacey Hernandez, 21, of Rogers went missing on Tuesday (March 24) following a boating accident at the lake with family members.

Kaetny Hernandez said she's not giving up faith that her sister will be found.

"She's out there and we still haven't found her," she said. "I believe in miracles, I believe in God and until I find a body I'm not stopping."

The Hernandez family brought in Bruce's Legacy, based out of Black River Falls, Wisconsin, to help in the search efforts.

Keith Cormican, founder of the non-profit organization, said Bruce's Legacy provides emergency assistance and search and recovery operations for drowned victims to provide resolution for families.

"Being involved with families who have loss someone underwater, you just go out there and give it everything you can give them," he said.

Cormican said he uses the L-3 Klein System 3900, the best sonar system on the market. He said the system allows him to obtain clear images of exactly what is lying on the lake floor.

"We've done a lot of research on it and we didn't cut any corners by buying the best sonar system out there," he said.

A YouCaring fund has been set up for Stacey Hernandez. Family members said the fund will help with expenses for Stacey's 15-month-old son and search and rescue teams.