A tourist from Chile, Ronald Tejeda Sobarzo, 29, died this Wednesday at the Sousa Aguiar Hospital, in the center of the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, three days after being found collapsed and seriously injured on the public road next to another Chilean with whom he had traveled to Brazil, Andrés Orellana Ruiz, of the same age. Andrés, also seriously injured, was transferred from Sousa Aguiar to the Hospital Prócardiaco, in the south zone of the Fluminense capital, where he was still hospitalized this Thursday.
Ronald and Andrés disappeared on Saturday night when they were in the bohemian neighborhood of Lapa, in the central region of Rio, and were found passed out around 10 am on Sunday morning at the Miradouro do Rato Molhado, in Santa Teresa, also in the city center. People called the firefighters when they found the two Chileans passed out and seriously injured at that tourist spot and both were taken to the hospital, but Ronald could not resist the serious injuries and ended up dying.
According to the first investigations by DEAT, the Specialized Tourist Support Office, Ronald and Andrés, who had left Chile together to discover the formerly called “Cidade Maravilhosa”, were victims of criminals who applied the scam known as “Good night , Cinderella”, when a sedative substance is slipped into someone’s drink to drug and steal. The two were brutally attacked, mainly on the head and face, and were left without their belongings.The two friends, who according to their families drank very little, started to feel bad even in Lapa, a region full of bars, and called a car for the app to return to Copacabana, in the south zone of Rio, where they were staying. It was on the journey between Lapa and Copacabana, still on Saturday night, during which a message was sent to family members saying they suspected they had been drugged, that Ronald and Andrés disappeared, only to be found the next day in another neighborhood, with nothing to show for it. value and with obvious signs of brutal beating.
Source: Correio da Manhã by www.cmjornal.pt.
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