Victorria Moran-Hidalgo, a 16-year-old who had been in and out of California state’s foster care system was found in the 600 block of Minna St in the very early hours of February 18th, 2022. Her body was found just a few steps away from San Francisco’s tenderloin district which is notorious for its rampant drug abuse and homelessness. Her death was initially investigated as a suspected overdose but under suspicious circumstances.
Autopsy for teen found dead in SF homeless district reveals disturbing new details— jiffy (@_justicefor) May 2, 2022
Victorria Moran-Hidalgo, 16, was found half naked and unresponsive in the 600 BLK of Minna St.
The report confirmed that her death was caused by multiple drugs in her system, including fentanyl pic.twitter.com/LABFcdOVnj
Now that her autopsy report has been released it has been confirmed that her death was caused by multiple drugs in her system, including fentanyl. However, the manner of the teen’s death was still classified as undetermined. On February 18th the witness had called police to report spotting a teen being sexually assaulted. As the caller ran closer, a man who was on top of Moran-Hidalgo fled according to the police report. The witness administered Narcan immediately, which is an emergency medication used to try and rapidly reverse an opiate overdose, but the teen never regained consciousness and was later pronounced dead. Read more