Juan Sanchez Obituary, Death – The identity of a Shelley man who passed away after falling off a roof on Moonlight Mine Road east of Pocatello on Tuesday has been confirmed by the Bannock County Coroner’s Office. In order to make the identification, the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office worked in conjunction with the Bannock County Coroner’s Office. Juan Sanchez, who was 52 years old, passed away on Tuesday as a consequence of an accident that occurred on Moonlight Mine Road east of Pocatello. The incident took place on Tuesday.
“My heart bleeds for Juan’s family and for everyone else who cared for him during his final days,” Juan’s daughter said. “My heart breaks for everyone.” Torey Danner, who serves as the coroner for Bannock County, issued a statement in which he offered his heartfelt condolences for the loss suffered by the family. An attempt was made to get in touch with the Sanchez family, and at this point, the investigation can be considered formally closed. On Tuesday at 10:15 a.m., Pocatello police dispatch received a call stating that an injury had taken place on Moonlight Mine Road. This information comes from the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office.
After the call was taken, it was forwarded to the sheriff’s office so that they could handle it. At the site, there were members of the Pocatello Sheriff’s Office, the Pocatello Police Department, and the Pocatello Emergency Medical Services. When the sheriff’s deputies arrived, they discovered that the woman who had called 911 was a retired nurse who, after making the initial call, had made an attempt to save the life of Juan Sanchez, who was 52 years old and a resident of Shelley. When the sheriff’s deputies arrived, they discovered that the woman who had called 911 was a retired nurse.
Sanchez required medical attention after suffering injuries sustained as a result of his fall from the top of a house. Shortly after that, the woman’s son, who is an active member of the fire department, joined the attempt to save lives and contributed to the effort to save lives. Sanchez was transported to the Portneuf Medical Center by emergency medical services shortly before 10:30 in the morning. They arrived on the scene just before that time.