There were TWO!  They recover bodies of the dead in 'canalazo' in Costa Rica, Sinaloa

Culiacan.- Two bodies were recovered from the San Lorenzo channel at the syndicate Costa Rica, Culiacán, Sinaloa, where around 5:30 a.m. on Monday, January 10 a gray Toyota Corolla fell for unknown reasons.

During the course of the day, thanks to the work of firefighters, They managed to recover the lifeless body of Bryan Aldair and Ángel Miguel. In the power unit apparently only two people were traveling and not three, as spread in the media.

The accident involving the youths living in the Valle Escondido ejido, Quila’s receivership, occurred while they were traveling from north to south.

At 4:00 p.m. on Monday, rescuers found Bryan Aldair after being carried away by the current of the canal; the second young man, Ángel Miguel, was a few meters from the site.

So far no more information has been released about the cause of the ‘canalazo’, or about the young people who lost their lives. Nor has it been detailed on the whereabouts of “Kevin”, who was initially listed as a passenger in the gray Toyota Corolla.

Read more: One of the three young men who fell by car into a canal in Costa Rica, Culiacán, was found dead

Unofficial information indicates that the victims could have fallen into the water after losing control of the wheel for unknown reasons. The authority in charge of the expert work will be the one to determine if the speeding was a factor in the tragedy, or if there was another car involved.

My name is Juan Pablo Chaidez Aispuro, born in Culiacán, Sinaloa in a small family whose nucleus originally consisted of four people: father, mother and two children. From my early years I showed a taste for watching the news and staying informed. I graduated from the 2014 – 2018 generation of a degree in Journalism from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS), the first in that career since its opening. Regarding professional experience, I was able to gain apprenticeship during a period of six months in the sports area of ​​the Noroeste newspaper, where I did professional internships. Later, I had the opportunity to spend another six months in the ranks of Radio Sinaloa, particularly in the news station Informativo Puro Sinaloa, run by the state government. There I covered local issues, recorded voice for the newscast, contributed content for other broadcasts and had live participation. Since 2020 I have been in Debate, a company that opened the doors for me to become a web reporter, and months later to occupy the position of Editor on the site.

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