Mayor Wuyhsmans González died in an accident registered in the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho

Mayor Wuyhsmans González died in an accident registered in the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho

A tow truck lost its brakes on Thursday afternoon on the Gran Marscal de Ayacucho highway, harming 11 vehicles. The incident produced three deaths and 14 injuries.

At least three people died, including the mayor of the municipality Jesús María Semprún of Zulia state, Wuyhsmans González and an 11-year-old girl, in the accident that occurred in the afternoon of Thursday, July 20, on the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho highway in the Guarenas direction.

According to the journalist Roman Camachothe incident left at least 14 other people injured who were taken to nearby health centers to be treated.

For his part, the communicator Delmiro del Barrio reported that the accident occurred at the height of the Araguaney sector when a tow truck, which would have lost its brakes, collided with 11 other vehicles and fell through the void to a ravine outside the aforementioned highway. The emergency teams made an appearance at the scene to help save the other victims and attend to the issue of traffic.

It turned out that the gandola was looted by the locals.

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The firefighters, paramedics, Civil Protection, National Guard and Bolivarian National Police teams were working several hours after the incident to reactivate traffic through the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho towards Guarenas.

The governor of Zulia, Manuel Rosales, stated in social networks their condolences on the death of the mayor in charge of the municipality Jesús María Semprún.

The director and founder of Asotránsito, Lilian Romero, denounced the monday april 10 that there is opacity regarding the official statistics of deaths and injuries from traffic accidents, which in his opinion prevents concrete actions from being taken to reduce accidents on the streets, highways and highways of Venezuela.

You need stats to fight something. If there is a section with problems, it is observed and combated with work and driver education. Currently, work is being done on global driver education, but without complete statistics (…) You have to have statistics, work hand in hand with the WHO and the morgue because if you go with the one who dies on the pavement, you have lower figures, “said the expert.

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