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Young man threw himself from a second floor after allegedly arguing with his boyfriend in Acapulco, prior to the earthquake

A tourist was injured when she fell from a second floor in a hotel in Acapulco (Special)
A tourist was injured when she fell from a second floor in a hotel in Acapulco (Special)

This Sunday, December 11, a woman fell from the second floor of a hotel in Acapulco, Warrior, injured result. However, on social networks it emerged that the mishap was the product of the 6.0 quake that shook the south of the country.

However, the Secretariat of Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection of the State of Guerrero announced that the facts are not related, since the tourist had an accident 30 minutes before the telluric movement, whose epicenter was in Tecpan de GaleanaWarrior.

On the other hand —although it has not yet been confirmed— various media indicated that the affected woman had an argument with her partner, which led her to jump out the window. Meanwhile, the victim’s boyfriend assured the authorities that they did get involved in a fight; then he heard a knock and when he looked out he saw the young woman on the ground.

According to the first reports on social networks, the young tourist threw herself from the second floor of a hotel in the Deportivo subdivision on the Costera Miguel Alemán, near the Golf Club due to fear caused by the earthquake.

Various digital and local media supported this statement; however, the authorities denied it. Through Twitter, the account of Civil protection State clarified that the woman’s fall was not related to the tremor.

“#SGIRPCGro INFORMS: Fall of a second-class woman in Acapulco not related to the earthquake from this morning. It should be noted that said incident was recorded 30 minutes before the earthquake that occurred this morning, which was attended by the emergency services,” the agency reported.

The woman between 18 and 20 years of age was assisted by the Tourist Police, as well as by elements of the municipal police. The Red Cross Mexicana transferred her to a hospital in order to receive medical attention.

This Sunday an earthquake of magnitude 6.0 was registered in Técpan, Guerrero
This Sunday an earthquake of magnitude 6.0 was registered in Técpan, Guerrero

On the other hand, after the earthquake that occurred this Sunday, the state authorities reported a white balance. The governor of Guerrero, Evelyn Salgado Pinedawas linked by telephone with the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), to whom he informed that there were no major damages.

Likewise, state government brigades continued the work to review the housing and hotel infrastructure, mainly in the area near the epicenter of the earthquake.

“All very well. They are doing tours Tecpanwhere the epicenter was, but so far there have been no losses to regret, and they are reviewing the damage in the hotels”, were the words of the president to the president.

Meanwhile, the State Coordination of Civil Protection of Oaxaca and the Mexican Red Cross reported that no injured people were reported in said entity, nor was there any damage to buildings. After making tours in the eight regions of the state, at the moment there is no material damage.

Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that no serious damage or human losses were reported (screenshot)
Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that no serious damage or human losses were reported (screenshot)

For his part, AMLO —after communicating with the head of the National Coordination of Civil Protection, Laura Velazquez— confirmed that there were no major damages or human losses.

In entities such as Puebla, Morelos, the State of Mexico and Mexico City —where the telluric movement was felt— the governors Miguel Barbosa, Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Alfredo del Mazo and the head of governmentClaudia Sheinbaum Pardo, detailed that the pertinent protocols were put into operation, while no damage or injured persons were recorded.

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