The latest news comes from the state of California, where a UPS delivery man reportedly died of massive heat stroke in his vehicle. Yes, you read that right, a UPS driver died in his vehicle after suffering a massive stroke. The tragic incident happened on Saturday, July 2nd in Southern California. The late UPS Delivery manager has been identified as 24-year-old Esteban Chavez Jr. Esteban died after suffering massive heat stroke from the scorching heat.
The news of his unfortunate death was announced by the local media channel. The local news channels reported and published this news. According to local news reports, Esteban was unconscious in his truck after a delivery. The reports have also claimed that the body was found after he was unconscious for 20 minutes. The father of the late Chavez also spoke to the media and reported on the whole incident. Chavez’s father stated that his son’s body was found 20 minutes after he passed out.
He went on to explain that the owner of the home where he picked up his last delivery saw him fall unconscious in his truck and alerted officials to the incident. According to the reports, the owner of the house where Chávez delivered the last package came out and saw that the truck was still parked in front of his house, so he came out to see what happened and why it didn’t When the owner came out, he saw Chavez lying unconscious in his truck and rushed to call officers for help.
According to the reports, the temperature on Saturday was around 90 degrees, which is scorching hot. Officials have not disclosed the primary cause and reason for his death, but it is believed Chavez died of scorching heat on Saturday. His unfortunate death left everyone shocked and saddened. A GoFundMe page was reportedly set up to raise funds for his funeral expenses. Chavez’s family and friends are currently massively devastated and traumatized. They are still trying to process this heartbreaking news of his sudden death. Many people on social media paid their last respects to Chávez. Stay tuned with us for the latest national and international updates, news and information.