Grant County Coroner Craig Morrison released the names of the four Stanwood, Wash. residents, including two young girls, who died Sunday when the SUV they were in went into a canal after colliding with a car west of George.
Dioselina Buenrostro, 33, Gabriel Ochoa, 35, Yesenia “Jessie” Ochoa and Sandra Ochoa, 9 all died after the 8 a.m collision on County Road 1 and Beverly Burke Road, according to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office.
The SUV they were in collided with the car at an intersection and went through a guardrail into the canal and was carried about 100 yards downstream by the current and went under water, Public Information Officer Kyle Foreman told the Herald previously.
Sheriff’s office dive teams removed everyone from the SUV around 90 minutes later, Foreman said. Buenrostro and Gabriel Ochoa were pronounced dead at the scene and Yesenia and Sandra were pronounced dead at Quincy Valley Medical Center a short time later.
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A woman who was driving the other car suffered minor injuries and was also taken to the medical center, Foreman said.
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