Translated by Fulano from an article in Colectivo Pericú.
Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S.- State Ministerial Police assigned to the Central Homicide Command, based in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, reported that at approximately 7:35PM, they had reported to them via radio from personnel from Module C-2, that there had been an automobile accident on the Transpenisular Highway at kilometer 2.8, on the stretch between San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, where a female was run over and killed.
Immediately going to the location, elements of the Homicide Command, accompanied by the Public Minister investigator on duty and investigators assigned to the the Investigative Servivces Office, corroborated the report. They observed at the cordoned off location, personnel from the Office of Public Safety, Preventative and Municipal Transit police, firemen and Red Cross personnel. They performed a visual inspection of the site, and observed the lifeless body of a female, lying on her back. Beside the body was a black handbag, which identified the deceased with a photo ID that coincided with the physical description, who was Sandra Miller Giezelle, 52 years old, and originally from California, USA. Taking notice, the body was ordered removed for an autopsy, and the cause of death was reported by the doctor examiner on duty as severe head trauma.
The lieutenant assigned to the Federal Preventative Police, having knowledge of the accident, said the deceased suddenly tried to cross the road at kilometer 2.8 of the stretch between San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas Baja California Sur, in front of the Costco, and was runover by a green Ford Ranger pick-up, with license plates ZMW-9935, driven by Omero Barranco García, 40 years old, and she was killed.
The official investigator determined that the cause of the accident was due to the victim’s negligence in crossing the street on foot. The driver of the vehicle remains under police arrest and will be placed at the disposition of the Public Minister.