Friday, June 2, 2023

Search continues for missing in Orinoco River

Civil Protection officials, the Bolivarian National Police and the Criminal and Criminal Scientific Investigation Corps (Cicpc) continue to search for two of the three missing people whose boat they were traveling in was lost in the Orinoco River.

Relatives of Mainori Bellorin Martinez, 26, her 5-year-old son and Viviano Antonio Gutierrez Pulido, 39, reported him missing to authorities because they never arrived at the Bellorin Martinez family home in the city. Moitaco, in the state of Bolivar.

According to a preliminary report from the authorities, the family moved on Saturday night, the 13th, from Santa Cruz del Orinoco, in a curiara in the municipality of Monagas in the state of Anzoategui, bound for Moitaco.

Family and friends began the search on Sunday the 14th and on Monday the Civil Defense Organization and the Scientific Police joined in to intensify the work and establish a search pattern.

But in the early hours of Tuesday morning, the body of a 26-year-old woman was located in an advanced state of decomposition, and although proper analysis had not been performed, officials believed she had died of drowning.

Initially it was reported that 4 people were traveling in Kurira, but this version has not been confirmed.

The fishermen who joined the team deployed to locate these people assure that the lack of gasoline has been a limitation in reaching other distant towns on the banks of the mighty river that separates the states of Anzotegui and Bolivar. Are.

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