CRITTENDEN COUNTY, AR (WMC) -- A woman and her two children have been identified after the car they were in went into the Mississippi River on Friday

Arkansas coroner William Wolfe confirms 26-year-old Aisha Fair, 7-year-old Charvon Lofton, and 2-year-old Jattir Ragland were in the vehicle when it went underwater in a muddy bank in Crittenden County, right next to the Hernando de Soto Bridge.

"At this point, we don't know what we're dealing with as to her intent of going into the water," Crittenden County Sheriff's Office Chief Todd Grooms said.

Nine days before Fair and her children died in the river, Fair set up a GoFundMe for herself. She said she was placed on unpaid sick leave so she could seek treatment for schizoaffective disorder—a mental health condition including symptoms of schizophrenia and mood disorder, according to Mayo Clinic.