The second person who had been reported missing and later found dead was 46 year old Endhir Guerra. Police report that Guerra had died for over twenty-four hours before his body was found along the Philip Goldson Highway.
Inspector Wilfred Ferrufino, C.I.B Belize City: “Between mile 28 and 29 on the Philip Goldson Highway they discovered his body, beside him was his motorcycle. Doctors conducted a post mortem examination and concluded that his cause of death was cervico spinal injuries; this is consistent with trauma to the neck and injuries to the neck and is consistent with that of a motorcycle accident.”
Reporter: Is there evidence that it is a hit and run?
Inspector Wilfred Ferrufino, C.I.B Belize City: “There is nothing to suggest that. He was found about ten to fifteen feet off the highway and there is nothing to indicate that he may have been hit by another vehicle or motorcycle or thing of that sort at this point.”
Guerra is believed to have left his work in Ladyville sometime after three o’clock on the morning of March 30 on his motorcycle. Police suspect that while on his way he lost control and was thrown off his motorcycle sustaining neck injuries and died on the scene. When the 46-year-old Belizean truck Driver of Orange Walk Town was found, his body was in an advanced state of decomposition.