LIHUE, Hawaii (CBS/AP) — Officials have suspended the search for the body of a second Bay Area man who drowned off Kauai on Friday.

Brian Baker and Adam Griffiths were exploring the rocky coast of Hawaii’s Kauai island on Friday with several friends when a rogue wave knocked Baker into the water. Griffiths jumped in to save his friend.

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Griffith’s body was found Saturday.

On Monday, the Kauai Fire Department conducted aerial searches for Baker’s body. Fire personnel also were positioned along the coastline, but the search was unsuccessful.

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According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the 47-year-old Baker lived in Vallejo, was a dedicated triathlete and worked as a music therapist. The 46-year-old Griffith lived in San Francisco and was a manager for a mobile-app company. Griffith’s fiance witnessed the tragedy.


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