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Lifeguards rescue girl from drowning on Cancun’s Langosta Beach

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In a dramatic incident that occurred on the afternoon of November 26 on Langosta Beach in Cancun, a mother experienced distressing moments when she discovered her four-year-old daughter floating in the sea.

Although the waters are low in the area, theminor was in danger of drowning.

Witnesses and the mother quickly alerted the lifeguards, who immediately implemented the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) protocol. Thanks to their prompt intervention, they managed to extract the water from the girl’s lungs.

The event took place around 3:55 p.m. Paramedics from the private company Life quickly mobilized to transfer little Jamilet to the ‘Jesús Kumate Rodríguez General Hospital. The priority was to evaluate whether the lack of oxygen had caused any brain damage.

According to the mother’s version, she lost sight of her daughter for a few seconds and found her unconscious floating in the water near a boat.

The family, residing in Cancun, is anxiously awaiting news about the health of the girl, whose current condition remains unknown. However, she remains hopeful for a satisfactory recovery thanks to the specialized medical care provided.

TYT Newsroom

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