Mismaloya, Jalisco, Mexico: Canadian father thrown from sand buggy, dies, son survives

Posted on February 21, 2013 • Filed under: Latin America, Mexico, Tourist Dies, Tourist Injured, Tourist Killed

Sean Ronkin Maclean Canadian tourist dead in vehicle accident in Jalisco Mexico
lapoliciaca.com reported ….. close to the deceased person was another male person between 20 and 25 years old, who gave his name to Kieson Maclaen questioning and being the son of the person who was killed, who answered to the name of life Ronkin Sean Maclean. That the person was who was driving just before the vehicle overturned and which led to his death, stating that led to Mismaloya Eden lost control and impinging against the hill, thus resulting in rollover and the death of his father. The body was about 40 meters from the vehicle and both had visibly misaligned front wheels and rear fairly smooth. It was the staff of Red Cross Ambulance JAL-363 commanded by Mariel Acosta, where we provide care to young Kieram Maclen, presenting vital signs within normal parameters, also had minor abrasions and bruises on different parts of your body and would pick up the patient transfer………. Read Article

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