Hotel Travel Rock Bariloche

By | December 14, 2022

Hotel Travel Rock Bariloche – A 17-year-old girl died on Tuesday in Bariloche during her graduation trip. The minor girl died at the Sol Bariloche Hotel, located at Villegasil 160, owned by the Travel Rock Agency, and was staying with her classmates at the Buenos Aires School of Julia Elicagare, from González Chávez.

Although the results of an autopsy are pending to determine the cause and circumstances of death, company spokesmen said the woman, Julia Uriarte, died of “sudden death,” which was examined by a forensic doctor at 5:00 p.m. : 30 and 18.

Hotel Travel Rock Bariloche

Uriarte reported that she was sick and had a fever, for which she requested medical attention. An ambulance went to the scene and, according to reports, the young woman with three friends was able to see the professionals, but at that moment she suffered a heart attack, which led to her death, the Rio Negro newspaper said.

View Hotel Brc

It was the last day of the trip for a group of 17 students from Gonzalez Chavez, Buenos Aires province. The remaining 16 young women, who are being cared for by psychologists, will get a special flight to return.

The Travel Rock company, which manages the hotel, provided a private plane so the woman’s family could fly to Bariloche tonight, and another plane to take the students.

At the scene were forensics, scientific police, ambulances, the judge of Bariloche, Leonidas Moldes, and the prosecutor Bernardo Campana. Toxicity is about to be studied in the body of a minor.

With Mauro Icardi of Turkey, Wanda Nara and Maxi Lopez dine with their children at a Buenos Aires restaurant

The Best Nature Reserve Photo Spots Around San Carlos De Bariloche

17 verses by George Amiel: The Dart at Battaglia, the allusion to Tata Martino, what made him wonder about Almiron and Boca’s president, Riquelme

Messi’s mother Celia reacts after Marcelo Tinelli’s proposal to add Messi to the Dancing 2023 jury

Ex-Big Brothers revealed how much they charge in dollars for their presence: who’s worth the least and who’s worth