Josephine Dominguez Obituary, Death – An update that was provided by the Coroner’s Division of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department revealed that one of the three people who passed away as a result of drowning in a water basin in Ontario in November was a woman who was originally from Fontana. Her identity was revealed in the update that was provided by the division. The occurrence took place during a period of high precipitation. The event took place at an unspecified point in time during the month of November.
Josephine Dominguez, who had been missing since the previous day, was found dead on November 16 at approximately 6:45 in the morning. Searchers made the discovery. Josephine’s age was stated to be 28. Her body was discovered in the area of Philadelphia Street and Baker Avenue where the two streets converge.
On the day that the tragedy took place, which was November 8th, witnesses said that initially between eight and ten persons were washed away in the wash that was located on East 4th Street. According to a post that was made by the Ontario Fire Department on their Facebook page, five of the victims were swiftly saved, and three bodies of victims who had already gone away were recovered. This information was included in the post.
A statement was published on Facebook that read, “the remaining potential victims were claimed to have been in the neighborhood of 4th Street and Grove Avenue, but they were not noticed in the water by any witnesses or first responders.” The statement went on to say that “the remaining potential victims were claimed to have been in the neighborhood of 4th Street and Grove Avenue.” The remark was extracted from a post that was published on Facebook. The Ontario Fire Department conducted an exhaustive search of the entire wash basin, but they were unable to locate any other casualties or witnesses who had vanished as a result of the catastrophe.