Evan McMillen Death – Authorities are currently investigating a tragic incident that left one dead. The victim has been identified as a local surfing legend, Evan McMillen, a resident of Dana Point, California. He was announced dead on Monday, the 16th of January 2023. The incident happened this past week at Salt Creek Beach in California. He was a happy and positive influence on future generations of riders! He will be sorely missed.
Evan McMillan Death
California Bodyboarding Alliance released a statement regarding the loss of a local bodyboarder:
“It’s with great sadness today that we found out that Evan McMillan had passed away. California Bodyboarding Alliance would like to send its Heartfelt Condolences to Evans’ family and friends at this time. We will miss Evan. He was an amazing bodyboarder and an Incredible Competitor. Always keeping the stoke alive. Rest in Aloha Evan.”
Salt Creek Death
What happened to Evan McMillen?
The circumstances surrounding the cause of Evan McMillen’s death have not been made known to the public at the time of this publication. However, his family has confirmed the heartbreaking news. Evan McMillen’s death has left his friends, family and the California Bodyboarding Alliance devastated and shocked.
Evan McMillen obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
Related Article – Police identify man, woman found dead at Salt Creek Beach
The two people found dead at Salt Creek Beach last week have been identified as Ping He of Arcadia and Guiyun Yi of West Covina by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. The next of kin has been notified, according to authorities. According to the OCSD, Ping He, 49, and Yi, 78, were discovered unresponsive at the Dana Point beach early Friday morning, Feb. 4.
As of Wednesday morning, Feb. 9, an investigation into the deaths was still ongoing. According to the OCSD, the coroner will determine the cause and manner of death, including a toxicology report. Last Friday, the OCSD stated that there is no danger to the public because the deaths appear to be isolated incidents. There is no evidence of foul play, and no suspicious circumstances have been discovered.
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