The remains of two fishermen were found on Saturday during Rio Salad, at the height of the city of Castellon in Buenos Aires, and the investigators were trying to determine the circumstances in which they died.
The bodies of the two victims were found in a watercourse and later identified as Emiliano Ariel Imoli (36) and David Zalla (49).
The incident occurred around 9 am when two men from La Plata, They fell into the water for reasons that are still being sought.
According to sources, a relative of one of the victims called 911 to warn that those two fishermen fell into the Rio Salado canal.
After an alert, the operation was deployed with police officers and staff of a rescue unit of the local fire department that finally found two fishermen without life.
Zalla integrated the delegates from the Tricolor Social and Sports Club, and on the news of his death. the institution has announced a suspension of all activities.
"We will never forgive you, because you will always be in our hearts, in our memories and at every step we will take, Zinistically, persevering, resisting and never giving up, on the ground as in life. Message on the social network after thanking David Loco Zalli.
The case was in the hands of Castelli's Fiscal Assistance under the title "Death by Immersion."