Los Cabos: Everyone survived!


Last night the rescue corps went to the aid of the crew members of a boat that had mechanical problems and ran aground on the beach of San Jose del Cabo.

Firefighters and paramedics managed to evacuate five people and a puppy very close to the estuary area, where the boat was hitting violently against the seashore due to the strong waves.

Once the crew members were rescued, they were taken to Saint Luke's Hospital, where all were reported to be out of danger. The story had a happy ending.


On the other hand, also at 9:00 pm on Friday, it was reported that the deceased corpse of a Mexican tourist was found in Santa Maria Beach, near Cabo San Lucas.

Personnel from the Mexican Navy and a local hotel managed to rescue the lifeless man's body.


Today the Secretary of the Navy-Mexican Navy as National Maritime Authority, acting as Coast Guard, through the Naval Sector of Los Cabos informs that today, personnel from the Naval Station of Search, Rescue and Maritime Surveillance (ENSAR) Los Cabos, evacuated a US citizen who was aboard a sailboat named "Cabo Adventures 15", in the surroundings of the beach El Chileno, in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur.

The rescue team arrived at the area of operation, made the necessary arrangements for the evacuation of a 27 year old man, transferring him to the dock of the Naval Sector and later in a private ambulance he was taken to a local hospital for medical attention, concluding the requested support.

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