Tizimín, Yucatán, (July 19, 2021).- 95-year-old Mr. Óscar E.C.K., amazed paramedics as he resulted unharmed in a motorcycle accident. The man was riding his bike along with his 23-year-old wife, (yes, that’s right his wife is 23!) when they skidded and fell off. The young woman suffered several fractures and had to be transferred to a hospital.
The senior citizen was driving on the Tizimín-Río Lagartos highway when he skidded.
The nonagenarian was accompanied by his 23-year-old sentimental partner María C.A.C., who suffered a broken left foot and had to be transferred to the San Carlos de Tizimín hospital, in a Red Cross ambulance.
Don Óscar is a resident of Tizimín and he has surprised everyone with his strength.
Everyone was left wondering how he manages to have such a young partner, how is it that he can still ride a motorcycle, and, above all, how could he escaped unharmed.
Don Oscar is now known throughout Tizimin as the “Super Abuelo” (Super Grandpa).
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