The family was informed that one of them had died of a heart attack.
Two Venezuelans were reported dead this Sunday while trying to cross the Darien forest, the border between Panama and Colombia.
Both were natives of the Tachira state and it is not known till now whether they belonged to the same migratory group.
The death of Jose Gerardo Diaz Sandoval was one of the first known this Sunday.
Díaz worked at the Universidad de Los Andes-Táchira, but considering the country’s economic situation, he decided to try his luck in Peru, then went to America, but first he had to cross the Darien Gap.
Details on the cause of death are currently unknown.
From Chile to Darien
A few hours after Díaz Sandoval’s death, the newspaper La Nación reported that Daniel Rodríguez – Rubio, from the state of Tachira – had moved to Chile and tried to cross the Darien a few days earlier. The family was called to report that he had died in the forest. Talking about a heart attack.
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