The family of a missing 7-year-old kid whose mother was discovered dead in harbor waters on Wednesday night asked for the public’s help in their hunt for the boy. Salinas farmworker Florencia Ramirez-Urbano, 27 years old, and her two sons traveled to the beach on Wednesday, said the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office.
After Ramirez’s 3-year-old son called for help when the family went missing, authorities arrived in the area at about 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Soon after, a raft containing Ramirez was discovered in a lagoon in Moss Landing.
“We are absolutely devastated by the passing of my 27-year-old daughter Florencia Ramirez, who was found dead trying to rescue her 7-year-old son Edgar Espinoza in the waters off Moss Landing on March 22, 2023,”
Ramirez was found dead while attempting to rescue her 7-year-old son Edgar Espinoza from the waters off Moss Landing. As of Friday afternoon, approximately $2,000 had been donated toward the event’s $80,000 objective. Go to gofundme.com for details on the campaign.
Authorities reported that the Sheriff’s Office continued its underwater search for Ramirez’s missing 7-year-old son, Edgar, on Friday morning, after the US Coast Guard announced early Thursday afternoon that they had suspended their search.
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“Due to very low visibility in the water, they are ardently continuing by using line search techniques to make every effort to locate the child,” Undersheriff Keith Boyd wrote in a media release Friday.
“The Monterey County Sheriff’s Office and the personnel of the Coroner Unit offer its sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Ramirez-Urbano.” Florencia Ramirez’s relatives say she was born in San Martin Peras Juxtlahuaca, Oaxaca, Mexico.
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