VIDEO: Mexican Navy rescue 7 adults and one child who were shipwrecked in Baja California

Emergency call from marine radio to the Second Naval Regional, marines managed to rescue 7 adults and one minor who were in Mexican waters 18 nautical miles (28 kilometers) north of Ensenada, Baja California.

The elements attended the emergency aboard a Defender type vessel and a Panther helicopter. They detailed that the crew members were floating with life jackets after the sinking of their yacht.

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The agile actions of the Secretariat of the Navy (Semar) saved the lives of eight people who were shipwrecked on the high seas.

After a call from the C4 to the Second Naval Regional, marines managed to rescue 7 adults and one minor who were in Mexican waters 18 nautical miles (28 kilometers) north of Ensenada, Baja California.

The elements attended the emergency aboard a Defender type vessel and a Panther helicopter.

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They detailed that the crew members were floating with life jackets after the sinking of their yacht.

A video shows the shocking moment when people are rescued. First, the authorities ask to raise the child, then the adults, all of them male.

“Thanks to the support of the rescuers and the preparation of the aircraft pilots of this institution, we managed to save the seven adults and a minor, by insertion with a basket from a helicopter and with the Defender-type vessel”, he explained. the Semar.

The castaways were rescued by three means of the Secretariat of the Navy: insertion of a basket, helicopter and with the Defender-type vessel.

According to the agency, the rescued people were transferred to the wharf of the Second Naval Region to be served by naval personnel.

The crew members were reported as stable health.

“LIVING OPERATION”

As part of the holiday season of summer 2019, the Coast Guard began the “Operation Lifeguard”, which aims to safeguard the safety of tourists.

This action is carried out on the beaches with the highest tourist influx of both coastal areas of the country and tourist centers in Mexico.

For citizens who need to report a mishap, there will be the support of the Naval Search, Rescue and Maritime Surveillance Stations (ENSAR) of the different naval commanders, which are equipped with fast boats and trained personnel for the deployment of rescue of people.

According to the Semar, 4 thousand 357 naval elements participate in these operations.

Source: sinembargo

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