The Police is investigating the death of a man and a woman were found Wednesday morning inside a turismo parked on the street Santa Teresa, together with the institute of the town of guipuzcoa of Mondragón. Although the basque police did not rule out for the moment any hypothesis, the fact that none of the bodies had signs of violence, and that the car was booted when they were found, leads one to think that they died of asphyxiation by the exhaust gases. Waiting for the forensic report which clears the causes of the death, the Police has studied the vehicle in search of evidence, such as derivations of the exhaust gases into the interior of the passenger compartment, to shift the research toward an intentional killing, even though it seems unlikely.
The car had not been parked in a hurry and was perfectly parked. Who told the Police they explained that the people of the interior of the vehicle appeared to be unconscious. The corpses correspond to a 29-year old woman and a man of 25, who do not present signs of violence. The Police has received notice of that in the interior of a car parked in the vicinity of the institute of the municipality there were two people who seemed to be unconscious shortly after 11 in the morning.
The emergency services have moved to the place and have confirmed that they had died. Both were neighbors of Mondragón. Until the scene have moved friends and relatives of the young people, where they have remained until about three in the afternoon, we proceeded to lift the bodies. The bodies have been transferred to agencies of the Basque Institute of Legal Medicine to be practiced the autopsy.Updated Date: 02 January 2020, 14:00