Edgar Castillo Obituary, Death– Edgar Castillo, who had just been a member of IBEW 1245 for six months, was killed in a work vehicle accident at the age of 37 while aiding with the atmospheric river event. Castillo was from Elk Grove.
Castillo was working to assist in cleaning up the mess that had been left behind after the tragedy. The heartbreaking message about his passing is being spread with a heavy heart since we are inconsolably upset to have to relay this information to you at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Castillo, who was working as a Foreman for Mountain F. Enterprises, which was a subcontractor for PG&E, and Jose Hernandez, who was working as a Journeyman Line Clearance Tree Trimmer, were traveling to clear debris in the city of Manchester on January 7 while driving a 100′ bucket truck in poor weather conditions and very steep terrain.
They were attempting to clear the debris while navigating the city using a bucket truck. They were utilizing a bucket truck to get about the city while trying to clean the garbage that had accumulated there.
Castillo was a passenger in a car that was involved in an accident in which the vehicle ran off the road and down an embankment for circumstances that are not fully known. Castillo subsequently passed dead as a result of the accident.
At this moment, there is still an inquiry being conducted to determine what transpired during the catastrophic event. Accidentally getting into a car wreck while riding as a passenger in the vehicle, Hernandez was involved in a collision that left him with significant injuries.
The Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital is currently providing him with medical care for the injuries he sustained.
“This is a tragic loss for the families of these men and to everyone who knew them, as their lives have been permanently altered; it’s just tragic and heartbreaking,” said Ralph Armstrong, who is the senior assistant business manager for IBEW 1245.
“This is a tragic loss for the families of these men and to everyone who knew them, as their lives have been permanently altered; it’s just tragic and heartbreaking.” “This is a devastating loss for the families of these individuals and to everyone who knew them, since their lives have been irreversibly impacted; it’s just tragic and heartbreaking,” said the reporter. “It’s just tragic and heartbreaking.” The fact that their lives will never again be the same after what took place is both a tragedy and a source of great sadness.
There are a total of five of Brother Castillo’s offspring who have made it to this day, and among them is at least one set of identical twins. Even though he has passed away, his wife Leticia is still with us today. The Castillo family is going through a challenging time right now, and our support and assistance could be of tremendous use to them.