U.S. statistics for deaths of Americans, Ecuador – 2011

Posted on July 16, 2012 • Filed under: Ecuador, Tourist Warning, Tourists Killed, Travel News

Ecuador Ecuador Report – Death by Non-Natural Causes
(From 1-2011 To 12-2011)
Date City Cause of Death
12-30-2011 Santa Elena, Ecuador Drowning
12-25-2011 Guayaquil, Ecuador Vehicle Accident – Auto
11-03-2011 Salinas, Ecuador Vehicle Accident – Pedestrian
09-09-2011 Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador Homicide
08-04-2011 Agrio, Sucumbios, Ecuador Drowning
07-14-2011 Santo Domingo, De Los Colorados, Ecuador Vehicle Accident – Auto
03-22-2011 Montanita, Santa Elena, Ecuador Drowning
01-23-2011 Banos, Tungurahua, Ecuador Vehicle Accident – Other


Important Note: The information below should not be considered a statistically complete account of U.S. citizen deaths in foreign countries during the reporting period. Only those deaths reported to the Department of State and deaths that can be established as non-natural are included. Most American citizens who die abroad were resident abroad and surviving family members might not inform the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate of the death. The report may not include some deaths of U.S. military or U.S. government officials. Identifying information is omitted for privacy. The table excludes countries where, during the reporting period, no deaths met the above criteria.

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