Natalia Fajardo Obituary, Death – The propeller killed the 26-year-old woman when she jumped off a boat in the Caribbean to retrieve her flip-flops. Natalia Andrea Larranaga Fajardo, 26, was killed in the heinous attack on White Wata Beach in San Andres. The victims’ injuries, according to cell phone footage, caused the blood that was spilled into the water to turn a bright red color. Natalia, from Cali, Colombia, was severely injured in the November 27 incident to her legs, buttocks, and lower back.

A jet ski transported the young woman to an island hospital for blood transfusions and artery repair surgery. After she went into cardiac arrest, medical personnel were summoned to perform CPR on her. Following the procedure, she was transferred to the intensive care unit (ICU), but the following day, in the early morning hours, she suffered a second cardiac arrest, which proved fatal. According to reports, the boat involved in the incident was carrying a total of 26 people: 24 tourists and two crew members.

“The vessel has been immobilized as part of the due process of investigation,” said Dimar, Colombia’s maritime authority. “The Coast Guard of the Colombian Navy has placed its two crew members at the disposal of the relevant authorities.” Swimmers in San Andres were reminded to keep a safe distance away from moving boats and to notify the crew if they planned to swim. The same thing happened to Juan Carlos Escotet Alviarez a few months ago in Miami. Juan Carlos Escotet Alviarez is the youngest son of Spanish-Venezuelan billionaire banker Juan Carlos Escotet Rodriguez.

During a fishing competition in March, the 31-year-old man dove into the water after his fiancee, who had fallen overboard, about six miles east of Ocean Reef Club in north Key Largo. He was being mowed down by 36-inch-long blades while the crew re-boarded his fiancee using a life ring. According to reports, the wedding was supposed to take place in November.