Brenda “N” suffered an arm injury when entering the “Dark House” attraction, installed at the Tizimín fairgrounds.
TIZIMÍN, Yucatán, (January 7, 2022).- A real night of terror lived a young woman who injured her arm with an electric saw when entering a “ House of Terror ” installed in the Tizimín fairgrounds .
The incident took place minutes after 11:00 pm in the attraction called “Dark House”, where agents of the Police arrived to see how it was that the victim got injured and to close down the attraction.
At the place, Brenda “N”, 27 years old and originally from Tulum, Quintana Roo, related that she entered the aforementioned attraction, but due to the darkness she did not realize what object injured her right arm, near the elbow, She only noticed that she was bleeding, so they called the 9-1-1 emergency number for help.
Red Cross paramedics also arrived at the site, who assessed the injured woman.
The young woman only suffered a superficial wound of approximately 2 centimeters, which did not warrant her transfer to the hospital.
Juan “N”, 30 years old and originally from Guanajuato, was in the place, who said he was in charge of the playground and attractions. It was said that this man reached an agreement with the affected party.
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