SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Editor’s Note: This story has been update to reflect that one person died on scene.

Just one day after the Santa Fe Fire Department underwent water rescue training, crews were called to respond to a swift water rescue in the Santa Fe River. Firefighters said they recovered a body from fast-moving water in the river. It’s unclear how they ended up in the river but they fell in near Guadalupe Street. Crews were able to pull the person out near El Rancho Road but they died on scene.

The department wants to remind community members to be aware of flash flooding and to avoid waterways in times of heavy rain. The fire department shared this information via a Facebook post, which can be viewed here.