Rafael Barragan Obituary, Death – On Friday, officials from Mt. San Antonio College were able to identify the deceased victim who was determined to be a 63-year-old man. The incident occurred on the college campus in Southern California and was described by the authorities as an intentional act. In the campus parking lot in Walnut, which is located in the eastern part of Los Angeles County, Rafael Barragan Jr. was struck and killed by a vehicle. According to what the college president wrote in an email, he drove a tram for students with disabilities. Around 7:30 in the morning on Thursday, in the 1100 block of North Grand Avenue, Barragan was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the vehicle that struck him was transported to a local medical facility after the collision. Barragan, who was known as Ralph on campus, was apparently struck on purpose by the driver, according to the officials of the sheriff’s department. Bill Scroggins, who serves as the president and chief executive officer of the college, issued a statement on Friday. “It is with deep sorrow that I share the news that we have lost one of our campus’ shining lights: Ralph Barragan,” Scroggins said. “It is with deep sorrow that I share the news that we have lost one of our campus’ shining lights.”

“Ralph passed away early on Thursday morning after he was run over by a car outside of Building 9A. The incident is being looked into by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, which is looking into the possibility that it was an intentional act. As new information becomes available, we will be sure to keep you updated. This is the most heartbreaking thing that could possibly happen on our campus. Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with Ralph’s family and the countless friends he had over the years.