Eli Gabriella Obituary, Cause Of Death – Marshall Those who have suffered the loss of a home as a result of the wind-whipped fire are mourning the passing of a construction worker who was assisting in the reconstruction of a home in Louisville that had been destroyed by the fire. As a result of the fire in 2021, this person’s death brings the total number of fatalities to three.
The wildfire that was the most destructive in the history of Colorado took place on December 30, 2021, and it was responsible for the loss of 1,084 homes. The fire was responsible for the deaths of two people. It was reported in The Denver Gazette that Jeff Fisher, the interim chief of police in Louisville, was quoted as saying that both the police department and the Louisville Fire District received a call on Saturday informing them that a man had passed away while working in the 300 block of Troon Court.
Fisher was quoted as saying that the information was relayed to them by the Louisville Fire District. The Boulder County Coroner’s office made the announcement on Wednesday that the deceased person has been identified as Eli Gabriella, who was 40 years old at the time of his passing.
Fisher referred to the circumstances as “completely catastrophic.” “The loss of a life is always a tragedy; however, for someone to lose their life while working in an area where our community has suffered such devastating losses makes it twice as tragic as it would have been otherwise.”