Lifeguards save 8 Canadians and 2 Mexicans from drowning in Mazatlan


The rescues were recorded around 4:00 p.m. this Sunday on the beach of Cerritos 1 and in front of the Quijote Inn hotel.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – This Sunday the Municipal Police Aquatic Rescue Squad rescued 10 people from the sea in two different events.

Around 4:00 p.m., in the area known as Cerritos 1, the lifeguard requested support from the elements of the nearby areas, who activated the protocols.

It was reported that using a jet ski they managed to save Dakota “N”, Carson “N”, Alexis “N”, Keira “N”, Dana “N”, Nico “N”, Ashlee “N”, and Laney “N”, all originally from Canada.

Only the last person required transfer to the hospital for evaluation.

Minutes later, in front of the Quijote Inn hotel, two other bathers had problems getting out of the sea, so the preventive elements went to the site.

There they managed to save those who identified themselves as Víctor “N” and Danna “N”, 44 and 15 years old respectively, who were staying there.


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