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Family searches for Good Samaritan Marines who helped loved one in rollover


A San Diego family is searching for the Marines and other Good Samaritans who assisted with helping their loved one before she died in an early morning rollover accident.

It was around 2 a.m. when 22-year-old Raeann Moreno-Cruz was driving home from work and was thrown from her silver Toyota Tundra. Passerbys stopped to help the young woman and the family would like to thank them for their assistance.

In the video, Marines are seen in uniform assisting the woman in the crash until paramedics arrived. Moreno-Cruz was pronounced dead at the hospital.

“We don’t know the exact story. Off-duty officers, off-duty civilians and some military guys that helped her at the scene,” said the victim’s aunt Melanie Arzaga.  “We just want to say thank you to the six to seven people in the picture. Thank them for being there for her and comforting her.”

Moren-Cruz’s sister added her thoughts, “I thank everyone who stood by her side when she was scared.”

“We just want to hear if she was conscious or if she said any last words or if there was any last I love you,” said the victim’s brother Michael Arzaga. “If there was one last word, we just want to know anything because we weren’t there and they were.”

People are being asked to contact the family directly with any information: Melanie Arzaga at melaniearzaga@yahoo.com.

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