An adult man and a nine year old child died Friday after they were swept out to sea in the cold waters off the Golden Gate Bridge.
The coroner's office released the identities of the victim's Saturday morning.
The Marin County Sheriff's Office said Juan Escamillo-Rojas, 37, and his son Juan Carlos Escamillo-Monroy died after being swept out while fishing. They were both residents of San Francisco.
The U.S. Coast Guard found the two between Point Bonita and the Marin Headlands. A Coast Guard rescue boat and a Tiburon fire boat responded to the call for help, but with the water temperature a cold 53 degrees, the man and his son did not survive.
Officials says initially three people were swept out by the waters at Lower Fisherman’s around 4 p.m. Only one family member made it back to shore.
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