HEBRON, CT (WFSB) -- Officials said three people were taken to the hospital following a boating incident on Amston Lake in Hebron on Saturday.

The Department of Energy and Environmental (DEEP) Environmental Conservation Police Captain Lundin said a 19-year-old woman was taken by LIFESTAR to Hartford Hospital for injuries related to a canoe incident on Amston Lake in Hebron just before 4 p.m. on Saturday.

State EnCon police identified the people involved as 19-year-old Nabiha Syed of Elmont, NY, Roshaan Siddiqui, and 18-year-old from Chicago, IL, and 19-year-old Zainab Mubalsher of Aldie, VA. 

Police also said 19-year-old Nadya Jaunbocus of Post Louis, Maritius refused medical treatment. 

All three people attended Wesleyan University in Middletown.

Few details were released on the incident and the events that took place, as the investigation continues. 

Capt. Lundin said the young adults were wearing life jackets. 

Multiple fire companies, including Colchester Hayward Volunteer Fire Company, Lebanon and Hebron, as well as, DEEP EnCon Police, State Police, and LIFESTAR responded.

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