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 Posted: Sun Feb 3rd, 2019 11:50 pm
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Rescate responded to a regional disaster request put out by the Empalme Hospital this morning.  After confirming that we were not needed, the ambulance headed back to San Carlos. In the construction zone area on the narrow causeway the ambulance slid off the road and ended up in the water. Staff are fine and the ambulance has been towed back to San Carlos.  We don't know yet if the ambulance can be repaired. 

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 Posted: Mon Feb 4th, 2019 01:47 pm
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Was the vehicle and equipment insured against this type of incident?

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 Posted: Mon Feb 4th, 2019 04:13 pm
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Slid off the road? I was returning from the Empalme tiangis and saw the ambulance in the water. It was in a construction zone where the traffic was going 20 miles an hour. Slid off the road? 

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Telephone ?  OR  Texting  ?

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The newspaper El Vigia reported it as due to "operator's carelessness." 

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The carelessness of the operator of an ambulance owned by Rescate San Carlos caused an exit of the road, where the emergency vehicle ended in the bay of Estero El Rancho, on the Empalme-Guaymas International Highway.

In this mishap there were no casualties or injuries only material damage in a Ford vehicle, ambulance type, white with orange, property of Rescue San Carlos and driven by Luis Adrian, 24 years old, with residence in the Modern colony.
When it became known that an ambulance had fallen into the sea, the Red Code was activated by mobilizing elements of institutions such as the Mexican Red Cross, Volunteer Firefighters, Municipal Police, State Public Security Police and the Mexican Army, who arrived in less than ten minutes. to the place.
It was 09:30 hours yesterday, the ambulance was traveling in a north-south direction on the International highway at the height of the Douglas Bridge, when passing through the section in repair meters ahead its driver was careless, lost control of the steering wheel, He carried his extreme right and fell into the sea.
The paramedic left by his own means, requesting the support of the motorists who passed over the federal street, who said he was well, luckily he was unharmed.
In less than eight minutes, ambulances, extinguishers, paramedics, police and soldiers arrived at the Guaymas-Empalme highway, in order to help the crew of the injured ambulance, with the activation of the Red Code, also called "key one hundred" , which refers to when an emergency services unit accident.
Agents of the Municipal Traffic Department took charge of controlling the vehicular traffic, towing through the service of cranes in turn the unit that participated in this accident to the yards of a corralón of the city, for the demarcation of responsibilities.

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