Tampa, Florida 2021-09-28 16:27:00 –
Through new eyewitness testimony, KGTV is learning more about the tragic death of mother and son who fell from the concourse on the third floor of Petco Park on Saturday. San Diego police now describe the dead as “suspicious.”
After two tragic deaths just before the Padres Braves match on Saturday afternoon, I feel depressed outside Petco Park.
The temporary monument is leaning against a tree for a 40-year-old San Diego woman and a 2-year-old son. She fell from the dining area of 300 concourses to the sidewalk of 200 Tony Gwynn Drives.
A 72-year-old woman who wanted to be unnamed visited her family in San Diego. She was in Petco Park and witnessed this tragic incident.
Her daughter sent a statement to KGTV that she was with her son at the table on the third floor before the match and crossed the road with women, sons, men, and their dogs.
The man stood by the railing, but the woman held her baby and suddenly began to jump to the table bench closest to the railing, she said.
Witnesses said the woman seemed happy and laughing, even though she had lost her balance and fell off the bench to the floor. About a minute later, witnesses said the woman returned to the bench and started over. This time, I fell on the railing with my baby.
Witnesses said there was no scream, but when they landed on the ground, she heard a sound.
Witnesses said it was a very tragic memory and it was difficult for her to remember it. The last thing she remembered was saying to her son, “Oh my god, she went!”
Rina Nakano of KGTV first reported this story.
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