Mexico: Tourist From Germany missing, may have been swept out to sea

Posted on February 20, 2017 • Filed under: Mexico, Tourist Missing

RIPTIDE PULLED GERMAN TOURIST OUT TO SEA, STILL MISSING

elmanana.com.mx (machine translated) OAXACA, OAXACA.- Elements of the Secretary of the Navy, State Civil Protection and the municipality of Santa Maria Tonameca continue the search for a tourist from Germany, who was lost since Friday while swimming in the beach Mermejita.

In search of Fertinand Staisat, 25 years old, local boatmen and divers were added, who on the high seas try to find the whereabouts of the foreigner.

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According to the version of the companions of the tourist, the incident occurred on Friday, February 17, while they were swimming in the beach Mermejita where the high swell dragged the bathers, but the Fertinand did not manage to surface.

A day later, on Saturday, August 18, on the beach of San Agustín, in the Bahías de Huatulco, Jonathan Alvarado Ramírez, a Mexican tourist, died of drowning; First responders of the Mexican Red Cross offered cardiopulmonary resuscitation, but without success.

During the morning of today, in the beach of Zipolite was found the body of a man without life, in advanced state of decomposition, nevertheless, the identity of the same one is not yet confirmed. Read Article

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