California couple, 3-year-old son discovered useless at Airbnb throughout Mexico trip

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A California household’s journey to Mexico reportedly was tragedy when the couple and their 3-year-old son had been discovered useless in an Airbnb condominium — after an obvious fuel leak.

Jose Nunez Jr., his spouse, Maria, and their son Jayden, who had been visiting relations in Mexico, had been all discovered useless in the identical room on the Airbnb, according to WSFA.

Trini Jacobo, the daddy’s aunt, mentioned that different members of the family staying on the Airbnb had been unhurt.

“They’re still in Mexico and they’re going to be performing an autopsy and definitely getting to the root of what caused their deaths. So we’re not sure about any specifics at this time,” Jacobo told KBAK.

“We’re not worried about anything else right now, we want our loved ones back in the States. We want to know what happened to them, of course, but … right now, we’re focused on getting Jose, Maria and Jayden home,” she added.

Jose Nunez Jr. (top) his wife Maria Nunez (bottom) and their 3-year-old son Jayden were visiting family in Mexico when they were found dead in an Airbnb.
Jose Nunez Jr. (high), his spouse, Maria Nunez (backside), and their 3-year-old son Jayden had been visiting household in Mexico after they had been discovered useless in an Airbnb.
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The couple left behind 4 different youngsters, in response to the studies.

“Just a really good family. Both of them are very family-oriented. Jose is probably — honestly, not just because he’s my nephew — but he’s one of the best dads I know,” Jacobo mentioned. “In love with his family. He’s always hugging them, always holding them.”

A GoFundMe account set as much as assist elevate cash towards the price of transportation and funerals has raised almost $12,000.

Police are still investigating the incident and plan to perform an autopsy to figure out the cause of death.
Police are nonetheless investigating the incident and plan to carry out autopsies to determine the reason for demise.
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In a press release, Airbnb referred to as the incident a “horrific tragedy.”

“The thoughts of our team are with the Nunez children and the entire extended family as they grieve the losses of Jose, Maria and Jayden. Safety is at the heart of everything we do at Airbnb, and we are conducting a comprehensive investigation into what happened,” it mentioned.