California police reported Monday evening that the young Hispanic College Berkeley, missing since Saturday, was killed while walking on a highway in Los Angeles when hit by a car.
Eloi Vázquez died early Saturday on Interstate 10 near the University of Southern California, yet the coroner couldn’t quickly recognize the body and the police had taken the investigation, a disappearance.
Confirmer before his death, the family of Eloi offered a reward of $ 100 thousand dollars for information that may help to locate him.
Vazquez, 19, left early Saturday in a party headquarters Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, near the University of Berkeley in Southern California (USC), in order to go to the beach.
The gathering was held in the 600 block of W. 28th St. in downtown Los Angeles.
That same morning, Vazquez called Aurora Cardenas, a friend at 2:18 am, and told him he was “in trouble, lost and scared,” said Wendy told authorities Margolin, mother of the young.
“He said roughly, ‘I need you to come, I need help.’ I asked where you are and told me I was in LA and did not know where he was and he was lost,” Cardenas said.
“The second time he called, he heard a click. Don’t know whether your telephone was downloaded or hung” he said.
Margolin was scared no news of her child, for it is not an unusual behavior Vazquez, who is part of the college football team.
“Eloi is a wonderful young man who has excelled both academically and athletically,” he said in a statement the Department of Athletics at the University of California Berkeley, where he studied.
We are extremely worried about “the safety of Eloi and our first priority is to help in any way we can, to locate,” said University.
According to investigation by the authorities, when young Hispanic left the party at the fraternity was not carrying ID or cash.
Family and friends of young Hispanic gone, who is 5 feet 10 inches tall (1.78 meters) and weighs 175 pounds (79 kilos) had wanted to proceed with the spreading of flyers with his photo in the zones close to the USC