Eloy Baltazar Obituary, Cause Of Death – On Wednesday, the county Medical Examiner’s Office identified a fourth person out of the eight people who died when two boats that were suspected to have been used for smuggling were believed to have capsized on Saturday off the coast of Black’s Beach in the Torrey Pines area.
At this time, we do not know the identities of the other four victims who were killed in the attack. According to statements made by officials from the coroner’s office, they are working together with the Mexican Consulate General “to identify and notify the families of all of the deceased.”
Alma Rosa Figueroa Gorgonio, who was 17 years old at the time of her death, is believed to have died as a result of drowning, according to the findings of the Medical Examiner’s Office. The beach was noted as the location where she passed away. On Tuesday, the county announced the identification of three additional victims.
Eloy Hernandez-Baltazar, age 48; Yecenia Lazcano-Soriano, age 22; and Guillermo Suarez Gonzalez, age 23. According to the findings of the coroner’s office, drowning was the cause of death for all three of the individuals who passed away. According to an official report, the “place of death” for Hernandez-Baltazar, Lazcano-Soriano, and Gonzalez was listed as the beach. However, an official report stated that the “place of death” for Gonzalez was the ocean. It was not possible to locate any information regarding the four victims’ previous places of residence, if they ever had any.