Old Man Dies in the Street
On Wednesday afternoon, an elderly man was found dead leaning on the handrail of a bridge.
Neighbours of that area observed an old man, who had stopped and leaned on the railings and did not move.
That’s why they approached the man, they talked to him, they patted him on the back and they noticed that he was not breathing, so they called 911 to report what they saw.
At that point arrived Civil Protection paramedics who soon found that the old man was dead, and probably suffered a fulminating myocardial infarction. (Heart Attack)
The body was transferred to the morgue in Iguala, where he was identified by his relatives as José Vega González, a resident of the El Toreo neighbour.
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