U.S. customs in San Diego pulled two bodies of men from the ocean, to the North of the Mexican border.
Office of the medical examination San Diego said on Sunday that the police conducted patrolling along the Border field State Park and saw a floating body in the surf just after 7 a.m. on Saturday. Rescuers pulled the body of 49-year-old man to shore and he was pronounced dead.
After a few minutes, the rescuers saw the body of another person in the water, they pulled him to shore and pronounced dead.
The coroner identified the second man as 34-year-old Oscar Javier Aguirre Andrade, he was not released from his hometown.
County Sheriff San Diego Lieutenant Jim Walker reported that the people were drowned. He says investigators are examining, including a man missing while swimming in Tijuana, Mexico.
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