NEW YORK -- A pedestrian killed after he was hit by an SUV, then trapped under another vehicle and dragged nearly 20 miles, was identified Thursday as an Ecuadorean immigrant who had turned 26 the day before his death. A cousin identified the man as Guido Salvador Carabajo-Jara, police said. Officers had found only a business card, Western Union receipt and iPhone in his pockets after his battered body was discovered in Brooklyn on Wednesday. Police said the gruesome death was accidental and that they have no plans to charge the two drivers, who both have clean driving records. The miles of dragging wore off the hair on the back of Carabajo-Jara's head and his clothing and skin on his legs and buttocks. An autopsy found that Carabajo-Jara died from multiple blunt-impact injuries, medical examiner spokeswoman Ellen Borakove said Thursday. It hadn't been determined whether he died before the van started dragging him. Details emerged Thursday from police and relatives about the victim, who shared an apartment with his cousin and sister. Carabajo-Jara's wife and mother live in Ecuador. A relative, Ignacio Quintero, said Carabajo-Jara had a 4-year-old daughter in Ecuador and faithfully sent money back to his family there to care for the girl. He described Carabajo-Jara as a hard worker whose mission was to provide for his child and save enough money to build a home in Ecuador. Quintero said the family was devastated. Carabajo-Jara had worked laying tile. It wasn't clear how long he had been living in Queens. He was hit Wednesday morning in the Corona section of Queens, while apparently crossing against the light. The driver, Gustavo Acosta, called police, who arrived to find the victim gone. About two vehicles behind, though, Manual Lituma Sanchez ran over Carabajo-Jara with his van, and Carabajo-Jara became hooked to the underside of the van. Unaware of anything wrong, Lituma Sanchez drove to Brooklyn, ending up in Brighton Beach, where he worked as a delivery man, police said. At one point, he even suspected something was wrong, pulled over and checked under the hood. But he did not look under the car. "I didn't feel anything, and I didn't hear anything," Lituma Sanchez told reporters Wednesday. "I didn't know what happened." The van traveled for nearly an hour before a pedestrian alerted the driver to something dragging under the van. It was only then that Lituma Sanchez saw the body and called authorities. It was the third death of an Ecuadorean immigrant to shock New Yorkers in a little more than three months. Jose Oswaldo Sucuzhanay, a 31-year-old real estate agent, was walking arm in arm with his brother in Brooklyn in December when he was beaten to death in an apparent hate crime by assailants who shouted anti-Hispanic and anti-gay slurs. That killing followed the death on Long Island of Marcelo Lucero, 37, an Ecuadorean immigrant who was fatally stabbed Nov. 8. Prosecutors allege that seven teenagers charged in Lucero7s assault had set out to attack a Hispanic person.