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[*] posted on 7-8-2019 at 11:52 AM
Desert Hawks in Sea Rescue at La Lobera


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Julio 7, 2019/3:12pm... Halcones del Desierto activa su Unidad de Rescate Acuático así como una ambulancia en respuesta a una llamada de emergencia de C4 Ensenada, en la cual reportaban 4 personas que habían caído al mar en la zona de La Lobera, al norte de El Rosario.

Se despliegan inmediatamente nuestros rescatistas, salvavidas y paramédicos al lugar del accidente encontrando al llegar a un menor y un adulto aún luchando contra la corriente marina, a quienes, después de realizar maniobras se logran rescatar con vida.

Son recibidos por nuestros Paramédicos quienes los estabilizan, atienden y trasladadan en ambulancia a un Hospital en San Quintín para revisión y atención médica.

Halcones del Desierto, siempre al servicio de quien nos necesite... Juntos podemos salvar vidas!!!
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July 7, 2019/3:12 pm... Desert Hawks active their water rescue unit as well as an ambulance in response to an emergency call from C4 Ensenada, in which they reported 4 people who had fallen to the sea in The area of La Lobera, North of El Rosario.

Our Rescuers, lifeguards, and paramedics are immediately deployed to the place of the accident finding when they reach a minor and an adult still fighting the current, to those who, after performing maneuvers, are able to rescue alive.

They are received by our paramedics who stabilize them, attend and move in an ambulance to a hospital in San Quintin for review and medical care.

Desert Hawks, always at the service of those who need us... together we can save lives!!!




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[*] posted on 7-8-2019 at 12:06 PM


RIDE BAJA reporting two didn't make it:(
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[*] posted on 7-8-2019 at 01:03 PM


Quote: Originally posted by willardguy  
RIDE BAJA reporting two didn't make it:(


Yes, it was Erik Johnson who shared this, from Noti Mix of Colonia V. Guerrero:

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Mueren ahogados un menor y un adulto en La Lobera

--Un segundo menor y otro adulto fueron rescatados con vida

Enrique Rojas/Noti-mix

Esta tarde cuatro personas, dos menores y dos adultos, cayeron de un acantilado del área conocida como La Lobera, al norte de la delegación El Rosario; un menor y un adulto murieron ahogados.

Datos del hecho refieren que a las 15:20 horas C4 recibió el reporte de que en el mencionado sitio dos menores y un adulto habían caído de un acantilado al agua.

En coordinación, el Cuerpo de Bomberos y Rescate Halcones del Desierto y el C4 enviaron una Unidad de Rescate Acuático y una ambulancia.

Al arribo de los rescatistas se inician operaciones de rescate de un menor y un adulto, que se había arrojado en ayuda de primero; ambos aún se encontraban con vida.

Estas personas son Juan Manuel G, de 40 años, y Adolfo H, de 8. Fueron trasladados a la Clínica 13 del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, ubicada en San Quintín. Se reportaron estables.

Durante el trayecto fueron atendidos por paramédicos de Halcones del Desierto en una de sus ambulancias.

Al parecer, en ese momento ya se encontraban sin vida otras dos personas, también un menor y un adulto.

Dos horas más tarde la Unidad de Rescate Acuático seguía realizando esfuerzos para recuperar los dos cuerpos que al parecer se encuentran sin vida en el mar.

Ellos son Adolfo H y uno de sus hijos, Gerardo H.
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They die drowned a minor and an adult in La Lobera

-- a second minor and another adult were rescued with life

Enrique Rojas / notication-mix

This afternoon four people, two minors and two adults, fell from a cliff of the area known as La Lobera, North of the delegation El Rosario; a minor and an adult died drowned.

Data from the fact refer that at 15:20 hours c4 received the report that in the mentioned site two minors and an adult had fallen from a cliff to the water.

In Coordination, the fire and rescue body of the desert and the c4 sent a water rescue unit and an ambulance.

At the arrival of rescuers, rescue operations of a minor and an adult, which had been thrown in aid of first; both were still alive.

These people are Juan Manuel G, 40, and Adolfo H, of 8. were transferred to the 13 clinic of the Mexican Institute of social insurance, located in San Quintin. They were reported stable.

During the journey they were attended by paramedics of Desert Hawks in one of their ambulances.

Apparently, at that time they were already without life two other people, also a minor and an adult.

Two hours later the water rescue unit continued to make efforts to recover the two bodies that apparently are without life in the sea.

They are Adolfo H. and one of his children, Gerardo H.




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