The Civil Guard has turned to the search for those involved in the death of John Trujillosa 19-year-old boy who died during the patron saint festivities of Íllora (Granada) when he fell and hit his head on a curb after receiving a push.
Apparently, Trujillos was fleeing from several assailants with whom he had previously had a fight but they caught up with him and they pushed him until they caused him to fall fatally.
According to Civil Guard sources, after a fight that took place at the Íllora fairgrounds, the aforementioned 19-year-old would have been attacked until he lost his balance and fell to the ground, where he would have hit his head against a curb, dying while being transferred by ambulance to the hospital in Granada.
The fight would also have resulted in several young people injured, since the agents are taking statements from witnesses to the events and They already have identified two men for their presumed relationship with the aggression suffered by the deceased, although these people have fled and the Civil Guard is looking for them.
The Íllora City Council has decreed three days of official mourning and has suspended all scheduled events on the occasion of the patron saint festivities celebrated by this municipality in the Poniente Granadino region, with some 10,000 inhabitants.
The rector of the University of Almería, Carmelo Rodriguezhas reported on the social network Twitter that the deceased young man, a resident of Íllora and named Juan Trujillos Castro, was a student at his institution.
“I hope that the weight of the law falls on the authors of such an unjustifiable act. All my support and affection to family, friends and the people of Íllora”, said the rector of the University of Almería, while the University of Granada has shown its “firmest condemnation of the tragic death of the student of the University of Almería in Cry.”