Flight 182′s impact with the ground was documented 3/10ths of a second past .
The reference by Nuos daughter Urraca to her maternal uncle Munio lvarez, as well as to her mother, in the  charter shown below, suggests that the husband of Mara Gutirrez was Nuo lvarez who is shown below.
This assumes that the (oldest) brother Munio was named after their supposed father (identified in line with the suggestion made above).
The name of (maybe the eldest) son Munio also suggests that this is possible.
The main difficulty with this possibility is the virtual absence from the record of lvaro Muoz, which appears to reflect his relative obscurity and lack of influence in noble circles, compared with the evident amount of influence achieved by at least four of the five [possible] brothers who are shown below.
A total of 144 lives were lost including 7 people on the ground as well as the two people in the Cessna light aircraft. The fire went to Fourth Alarm status, committing 60% of the on-duty force of the Department as well as several outside agencies who also responded.
Droves of off-duty firefighters voluntarily reported back to their assigned stations or to the crash scene to help where they could.The present document shows the other noble families which established themselves in the county of Castile in the 10th and early 11th centuries.Sancho III King of Navarre, who had succeeded in 999 and already controlled the county of Aragon as well as Navarre itself, married the eldest daughter of Sancho Garca Count of Castile in 1010.Here’s the record on Air (and can you get a more grisly website than that? San Diego Magazine ran an extended piece in 1998 on the disaster, and the aftermath.), and be sure to check out the Special Report on PSA flight 182 This page includes cockpit voice recorder data as well as comments from visitors to the site who claim to have lost friends and loved ones. Pieces of the Cessna, with its two-man crew, crashed at 32nd and Polk streets in the heart of North Park, an eclectic mix of shopkeepers and working-class residents, a few miles from the San Diego Zoo.Ground zero for PSA’s 150,000-pound 727-214 was Dwight and Nile streets, just west of Interstate 805, only 3 nautical miles northeast of Lindbergh Field.