Mazatlan.- An intense activity of help and support reports elements of the Aquatic Rescue Squadron of the Municipal Police, who together with operational elements attached to Capta have responded to the emergency call.
On the Island of Venados, on Monday afternoon, a tourist originally from Guanajuato was injured with the propeller of a boat, so she was transferred on the same boat to the beach area of the Golden Zone, where personnel from the SSPyTM already waited for her to attend her and channel her to the corresponding medical service.
The report was generated around 2:30 p.m.
26-year-old Lizuli “N” resulted in an exposed fracture of the tibia and fibula of the right leg, and a wound of approximately 4 centimeters in the left leg.
After receiving first aid, the tourist was taken to a hospital for the corresponding medical follow-up, while personnel from the Capitanía de Puerto intervened to see what concerns the “Megalodon” boat, with registration 25033456143.
In different events, two bathers were injured by manta rays while on local beaches.
At 11:17 hours, in the area of Playa Brujas, a Canadian tourist was injured with a left lower limb as well as a hemorrhage, so she received first aid from the Aquatic Rescue Squad.
Sam “N”, 29 years old, refused to be transferred to a hospital, and was supported to return to the hotel where she is staying.
On the Island of the Stone, at 11:30 a.m. another incident by manta rays was also reported, so ESA agents moved to the indicated point.
Connor “N”, 18 years old and originally from Canada, presented a sharp wound below the ankle of the right foot, so he was transferred to the jetty, and then taken to a private clinic for evaluation.
The Mazatlan Post