Hello and welcome to the Flow forum! Thank you for the photos. That looks like an empty hive, which puts three things as the most likely cause.
My top culprit would be varroa, which is present in Chile and needs active treatment of the hive to control it. Hives which have been killed by varroa have very few dead bees and little brood. The way to check that would be too look very closely at the dark empty cells in the central area of the frame for tiny white crystals. These are varroa excrement and are quite obvious if you had a heavy infestation.
Second possibility is starvation. If you had a long nectar dearth, and didn’t notice, the hive could starve. I presume it is summer with you now, but you don’t give any indication of when the hive died. Was it recent, or months ago during your winter?
Third possibility is repeated swarming to the level that there were not enough bees left to keep the hive going.
I think bacterial disease (AFB) is unlikely from the photos you have shown, as there are no large areas of dead brood.
You can re-use the box if any of my diagnoses above is correct. No need to clean it, but probably would anyway. Just spray the inside of the box with dilute (4% in water) household bleach, leave on for 10 minutes, then rinse off with a hose.
If it looks like varroa, swarming or starvation, you can reuse the frames with no treatment. I often freeze them for 48 hours to kill off wax moth and small hive beetle eggs and larvae. Same for the Flow frames.
One more thing, it is probably getting late in the season to get more bees for your hive. From mid-summer onwards, plants with nectar are decreasing and a new hive will have trouble starting. You might want to wait until early next spring, but meanwhile clean and freeze now in preparation.
Thank you for your honesty and sharing your sad loss. Hope that was some help.