GEORGETOWN, Colo. (CBS4) – A woman is in critical condition after a raft she was riding in on Clear Creek flipped Saturday evening.

According to Deputy Paul Osckel with the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office, just after 6:30 p.m. deputies responded to call about multiple people in the water after a commercial raft flipped.

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“It was reported eight people went into Clear Creek at about mile marker 1 on County Road 312 when a local raft company had a raft flip while on a guided tour,” Osckel said in a statement.

Osckel said first responders and raft company employees were able to rescue all eight people from the water.

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“Three individuals were transported to St. Anthony’s Medical Center, two adults with minor injuries, and one adult female in critical condition,” he said.

Osckel said emergency personnel administered CPR to revive the woman who is currently in critical condition.

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No names have been released.