A bachelor's assassinated killed rafting in Costa Rica left four people dead.(GoFundMe) A life trip to Costa Rica for an…
A life trip to Costa Rica for an unforgettable bachelor party became lethal to a group of friends.
Last month, Luis Beltran and 1
3 of his close friends and family traveled from Florida to Florida Costa Rica for his bachelor party. On October 20, the last day of the trip, the men went on a whitewater rafting on the Naranjo River.
“These people were chosen because they all played a role in my life specifically,” Beltran said. “Good morning America.”
But all three fleets occupied the men’s capsules. Beltran’s brother, Sergio Lorenzo and his friends Ernesto Sierra, Jorge Caso and Andres Denis were killed in the incident. A Costa Rica guide was also killed.
Sean Estevez, a member of the bachelor party, recalled the incident.
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“I thought I had a heart attack. I was lifeless, I could not move head, I could not move my arms, I could not move my legs, I was beaten, my knees pushed up, said Estevez.
The men said violent waves from the river tore their clothes and shoes so that they hung on stones for to survive.
The authorities said the victims were swept away as the other passengers clung to the fleets.
Estevez recalled at the last moment he saw his friend Andres Denis.
“Andy was next to me and I helped him the fleet while I was in the water. He was on the boat while I was on the boat. The fleet flared again and I never saw him again, said Estevez.
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He said he was the one in charge to tell Denis hubby that he had died in the incident.
“I told her he was with me, and I did not see him again and,” Chloe, I have no facts. I do not know, “he said.
The group said they did not receive a warning from their travel guides, but weather advice for the area showed that they should not have been in the water that day due to the heavy rain that
Costa Rica’s legal survey offices told ABC News that they investigated the event and Quepoa Expeditions, the company that the group used for the trip was also investigated.
When asked about Beltran, there was some advice for those who were thinking about doing a white water raft, calling on others to ” do your research. “
Beltran’s wedding, which was expelled on November 30, was postponed because of the tragic accident. A GoFundMe account was established for the victims’ families.