Lucian Munguia 4, dies after drowning, Yakima community mourns

Lucian Munguia 4, dies after drowning

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Lucian Munguia Death – The family of Lucian Munguia, who was just four years old when he passed away, will have a vigil in his honor on Saturday. The Yakima community is in mourning at the loss of Lucian Munguia. According to a post made by a family member on the Finding Lucian Facebook group, the vigil will begin at 6 p.m. and take place at the Yakima Bethel Church of the Nazarene, which can be found at 1103 W. Mead Ave.

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In the post, a member of the family expressed their gratitude to the community for their support, saying, “Again, thank you all so very much for all of the condolences and love you have given to Lucian and to us.” Almost four months after Lucian was reported missing from Sarg Hubbard Park in Yakima, his body was discovered last week in the Yakima River about five miles south of Union Gap. The discovery came around a week ago. The results of the autopsy revealed that Lucian had died from drowning accidently. The family is still finalizing details for a funeral service at a later date, the post said.

Related topic: 4-year-old dies after drowning in Collins Lake

On Saturday, a child’s body was discovered after it had been immersed in a lake in Yuba County for about half an hour. On August 20, at approximately 5:30 p.m., the girl, who was four years old at the time, was reported missing while swimming with her family in the recreational section of Collins Lake, according to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Office. She was discovered by family members and other people who had joined the search submerged in the water only moments before deputies arrived to assist in finding the youngster.

The deputies stated that they made an attempt to perform life-saving measures on the girl before transporting her to a nearby hospital, where she subsequently passed away from her injuries. In a GoFundMe page that was established to assist with the financial burden of funeral costs, the girl’s relatives referred to her as “Tatum.” It has already raised more than $7,600.

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