Search and rescue bodies in Vargas found the body of a child under the age of 11 100 meters from the shore of the Mamo beaches, specifically from the Military Circle where the child was with some uncles and relatives on the afternoon of Saturday, April 8
On the afternoon of Saturday, April 8, divers from the Vargas state Marine Fire Department rescued the body of an 11-year-old boy, who died by drowning on the beach of the Mamo Military Circle.
The minor had traveled to the facilities located in La Guaira with his uncles and some neighbors, who reported him missing to the authorities after searching for him for more than an hour.
After learning of the incident, the search and rescue bodies began work to find the young man; finding it around 2:00 pm about 100 meters from the shore.
Paramedics and members of Vargas Civil Protection also moved to the place to remove the body and transfer it to the Pariata morgue.
The Minister of the Interior and Justice, Remigio Ceballos, announced last March 30th that 141,587 officials from the citizen security forces and the National Armed Forces (FAN) would be deployed throughout the country in connection with the Safe Easter 2023 Plan.
During the announcement of the deployment, Ceballos indicated that the security device would have active 469 Peace Quadrants, 3,231 vehicles, 6,508 motorcycles, 208 boats, 10 aircraft and 3,337 checkpoints.
On Saturday, April 8, the day the incident with the child occurred in Vargas state, Minister Ceballos stated that the operational and action capacities of the security forces were increased, despite the fact that the mobilization of tourists also increased during this week. , in relation to previous years.
He also insisted that there are more than 3,000 checkpoints on highways “to guarantee the safe return” of tourists.
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