Two tourists from Guadalajara are dragged out to sea in Mazatlan


Mazatlan.- Two tourists from Guadalajara, Jalisco, who were dragged by the sea currents of return, were rescued in time by elements of the Water Rescue Squadron of the Municipal Police.

The incident was recorded around 11:45 a.m. on Friday. ESA agents conducting surveillance and supervision tours noticed two bathers who were about 50 meters deep and were pulled by the currents of the sea, so they were introduced to provide them with the required support and put them safe.

Timely help allowed Martín “N” and Joseline “N”, both 26 years old and originally from Guadalajara, to return healthy to the beach area where they were only tired, so they did not require medical attention.

In another fact, at 12:10 pm, on the Isla de la Piedra, a tourist was injured with a sharp wound in the foot, so, local service providers requested the presence of ESA agents to provide The necessary support.

Upon arriving at the designated site, they met a female person with the name of Martha Beatriz “N”, 59 years old, originally from Ciudad Juarez Chihuahua, who presented a sharp wound on the instep of the right foot, so who was treated to extract the toxin from the affected part, and once achieved, they recommended that if he continued with pain, he should move to a clinic or hospital.

Source: rasnoticias

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