Successful rescue of 10 people trapped in the Guam-Key River in Moa. Photo: Alexudis Leyet
In a joint operation carried out by the Rescue and Rescue Unit of the Comandante Pedro Soto Alba nickel factory and the 30th Command of the Ministry of the Interior (Minint), 10 people who were trapped on one side of the Cayo Guam River, in the municipality of Moa, were rescued.
Photojournalist Alexudis Leyet reported on the successful rescue, highlighting the hard work and dedication of the rescue teams involved. Thanks to their timely intervention, these 10 people were able to be brought to safety and away from any danger posed by the growth of the river.
Journalist Yulieska Hernández García, of Moa TV, explained on her Facebook profile that the river had experienced strong growth, which made it difficult for trapped people to cross. Faced with this situation, the intervention of rescue and rescue teams was necessary to guarantee the safety and well-being of those affected.
The rescue was carried out with efficiency and professionalism, demonstrating the capacity and preparedness of the rescuers. Their work was instrumental in overcoming natural obstacles and rescuing people at risk.
This successful rescue highlights the importance of having specialized teams in emergency situations and the need to keep them properly prepared and equipped. The rapid response of the Rescue and Rescue Unit of the Comandante Pedro Soto Alba nickel factory and the 30th Command of MININT demonstrates the importance of coordination and collaboration between different entities to guarantee the safety of the population.
The 10 rescued people are now safe and receiving the necessary care.
(With information from Tele Cristal)