The prosecutor in charge of the disappearance case Helena Villegas Suazo, 22, said this morning that young people I would have tried to bathe in Rio Bío Bío after drinking alcohol.
According to the persecutor, José Orella, it all started last night when she – along with three other friends – went to Concepcion Station neighborhood, where they drank until 11pm.
After that, they went to Porvenir Street in Chiguayante, a sector where later -because of the lack of lighting and difficulty of access- they went down to the river.
According to the prosecutor, a bottle of pisco was found, which makes us suspect that the alcohol intake continued on the banks of Bío Bío.
In this context, Helena took off her clothes and tried to bathe, however, the chain quickly dragged her. Friends tried to rescue her, but they were not successful, said the pursuer.
He also explained that the mother of one of the girl's friends, who reported what happened, after she realized her daughter "strange" I would have pointed out that there was also drug use that morning.
This would be about second case disappearance in the Great Conception last time. Remember that the first was the Tamara Zurita, a 21-year-old girl who disappeared in the Borde Río Park in Chiguayante two and a half months ago.