Florencia Ramirez-Urbano Death – This week, the remains of a woman and her kid, who was seven years old, were found in the state of California. The younger child of the lady, who was just 3 years old at the time, had informed her grandmother that her mother and son were no longer there. A little after 7:45 o’clock in the evening, it was brought to the attention of the authorities that a couple of people had gone missing. According to a statement that was released by the United States Coast Guard on Wednesday, a child of three years of age disclosed to a “good Samaritan” that he believed his mother had vanished (USCG).
Florencia Ramirez-Urbano, the mother of the kid, was found by firemen a short time later near a boat launch in Moss Landing, which is about 20 miles north of Monterey County, according to the police. Moss Landing is located in California. It was determined that Florencia Ramirez-Urbano was the individual who was found.
After the event, Ramirez was reportedly transported to a local hospital, where he was later confirmed dead, as stated by the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office. Following then, the detectives found out that the woman had another child, a boy who was seven years old and had also been reported missing at the time. The missing child’s body was discovered by Coast Guard employees on Saturday, after they had spent Thursday and Friday looking for him during the search that began on Thursday.
According to SFGATE, the authorities have not divulged how Ramirez and her son got to be in the water, but they have suspected that the child may have begun to drown prior to Ramirez entering the water to save him in order to try to save his life. The current situation was described as “tragic” in an email that was disseminated on Monday by Pasculli, who is the spokesman for Monterey County.