UMÁN, YUCATAN (July 16, 2020).- In her desperation to enter her house when she arrived after the “curfew”, a 22-year-old girl ended up stuck in her fence.
The events occurred on Thursday, July 16, around 10 at night, during the “curfew”, when the young D.V.C. 22 years old, returned to her home located on Calle 18 (between 25 and 23) Colonia Centro, in Umán, Yucatan.
Trying to enter the house before the authorities see her, she began to scream to call her family to open the door, but they never responded.
Desperate to see the minutes pass, the young woman decided to jump the fence and enter her home; however, she slipped and ended upside down with a leg stuck in the fence.
Immediately, the screams of pain and anguish of the young woman woke up the next-door neighbors and family members, who left their homes and ran to her rescue.
Her relatives notified the emergency services; and so agents of the municipal, state police, firefighters, and paramedics arrived at the scene.
Later, she was transferred to a hospital in the city of Mérida for her care, apparently, she fractured a bone.
The Yucatan Times
more recommended stories
Israel blamed for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh
Iran blamed Israel for the killing.
Red Cross Yucatan delivers aid packages to families in need
MÉRIDA, YUCATAN (November 27, 2020).- Elena.
Chetumal will be a “Free Zone” once again
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador signed.
Amazon Goes on a Hiring Spree.
The company has added 427,300 employees.
140 cenotes will be certified for tourist use in Yucatan
“As of January 2021, the certification.
Sisal, Maní, Tekax, San Felipe, Motul and Muna want to be Magic Towns
SISAL AND MANÍ ARE SHAPING UP.
“It doesn’t affect anything,” says AMLO about Mexico’s ranking as the worst country to be in a pandemic
“How many people know what Bloomberg.
A small group of expatriates challenges the authorities
The Diario de Yucatan publishes today.
Trump’s staffers are reportedly now avoiding him to stay out of legal jeopardy
Despite his tweets and frequent fundraising emails,.
Parque Centenario re-opens at 30% capacity
The first stage of the reopening.