Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are urging the public to use life jackets while on the water after five people drowned last week in the state. 

"Listen up, Colorado: 5 people drowned in reservoirs in our state last weekend. None wore personal flotation devices (PFD)," Colorado Parks and Wildlife posted on their social media Thursday. Reservoir water is cold and stand-up paddle boards (SUPs) are especially vulnerable to being blown over by wind. PLEASE wear a PFD on the water and make sure those with you wear one too."

According to Parks and Wildlife news releases, two of the drownings occurred at Lake Pueblo State Park on Friday, June 12. The two men were swimming when they were reported missing. Search teams later found both of the men deceased. According to the release, swimming is not permitted anywhere on Lake Pueblo. 

Another death reported state parks officials happened at the reservoir at Chatfield State Park on Saturday, June 13. A news release from Parks and Wildlife says two men were in the water after falling off their innertube.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife were able to pull one man from the water. He was taken to the hospital for minor injuries. After a search, officials got the other man out of the water. He was taken to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead. 

A fourth incident occurred at the Dillon Reservoir also occurred Saturday. According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office a regatta had just finished on the reservoir. As boats were coming back to dock, a storm cell blew over the area, causing multiple boats to capsize. One man fell overboard from his sailboat and went missing.

A search began Saturday afternoon and the man's body was discovered Sunday afternoon. 

Details on the fifth drowning have not yet been released. 

According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, drowning is reported death for four out of every five boating fatalities.