The body of the researcher in maritime biology, Héctor Manuel Esparza Leal was located at a kilometer and a half, from the beaches of Las Glorias, Guasave, where last Saturday afternoon he disappeared along with his son Tristán, only fifteen years old, who was keep searching. The Guasave Civil Protection Services indicate that the waves removed the body of the head of the Aquaculture department of the Interdisciplinary Research Center for the Integral Development of the Region (Ciidir). Regarding the fifteen-year-old son of the marine biology researcher, named Tristán “N”, the aid corps aboard boats travel part of the Guasave coast, in search of him, waiting for the waves to bring him closer to the beach.
Last Saturday afternoon, the Ciidir chief along with his family went to spend the day on the beach. Héctor Manuel, born in the community of Tamazula, Guasave in May 1970, was seen for the last time when he entered the sea with his fifteen-year-old son and they disappeared, so it is feared that the waves dragged them out to sea. Their relatives searched for them on the beach without locating them, so they notified the Municipal Police, which has surveillance operations on the beaches, about their disappearance.
Due to this, the help of the rescue corps and the navy was requested. This morning, personnel from the Naval area of Topolobampo and Civil Protection resumed their search for a wider perimeter, along the Glorias beaches, in order to locate them. Guasave authorities announced that in the evaluation of the fifth week of reopening of the beaches, visitors have complied with sanitary regulations.