Tourist who disappeared at sea after being swept away by a wave is found and recognized by his family | Santos and Region

Tourist who disappeared at sea after being swept away by a wave is found and recognized by his family | Santos and Region
Tourist who disappeared at sea after being swept away by a wave is found and recognized by his family | Santos and Region
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1 of 2 Body of Felipe dos Santos Barreto, aged 17, who disappeared at sea in Bertioga, SP, is found in São Sebastião — Photo: Personal Archive
Body of Felipe dos Santos Barreto, 17 years old, who disappeared at sea in Bertioga, SP, is found in São Sebastião — Photo: Personal Archive

The Maritime Fire Brigade (GBMar) reported having been called by witnesses of a supposed body that was floating in the sea, last Saturday afternoon (30).

A GBMar team on a watercraft went to the location and confirmed the information. It was the teenager, resident of Mogi das Cruzes (SP), who was only wearing white shorts.

According to the police report, Felipe entered the sea at around 6:50 am last Monday (25). The sea was rough and a large wave appeared, which dragged him to the bottom, making it impossible to locate him.

The friends called the Fire Department, who went to the location and carried out searches, but did not find Felipe. At the time of his disappearance, the mother said that her son was “very happy and outgoing”.

Alexandra said that her son had already gone to the beach with her in Bertioga, but that it was the first time with just his friends.

2 of 2 Teenager from Mogi das Cruzes disappears after being swept away by a wave, in Cantão do Indaiá, in Bertioga — Photo: Personal Archive
Teenager from Mogi das Cruzes disappears after being swept away by a wave, in Cantão do Indaiá, in Bertioga — Photo: Personal Archive

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