Two Cubans identified among those killed in a traffic accident in Mexico

Two Cubans identified among those killed in a traffic accident in Mexico

The Cubans Yaritza Rodríguez Bruzón and Tamara, whose last names are unknown, were identified among the eight migrants who died after the rollover of a van with 17 people, in the Mexican state of Puebla. According to the list of the National Migration Institute, in the damaged vehicle last Friday three nationals of the Island were traveling.

Yaritza had been transferred in serious condition to the General Hospital of Tehuacán, published on Facebook News RTV Tehuacan; while Tamara died at the scene of the accident. The Cuban Daime Irais Morales is treated at the hospital center, who is reported as serious.

Yaritza’s body was taken along with Tamara’s to the amphitheater located in the municipality of Ciudad Serdán. In this place are also found the bodies of Ecuadorian María Piedad Cocha Lutuala and Nelli Margoth Negrete and an unidentified woman; and the children: Darla Abigail Manzano Negrete (Ecuador), Johendry Laguna Ortega (Venezuela) and another infant as unknown.

Yaritza’s body was taken along with Tamara’s to the amphitheater located in the municipality of Ciudad Serdán

“Currently we provide consular care and care for an injured Cuban citizen,” posted sunday morning in its social networks the Embassy of Cuba in Mexico. “We maintain close communication with the relatives,” but they did not offer data on the injured or victims.

Regarding the accident that occurred last Friday in the area known as La Herradura del Diablo, on the road section that connects the towns of Azumbilla and El Seco, in Puebla, it was confirmed that women and children were traveling in the van, but there were no detainees or advances in research.

The state Immigration delegation published brief details of the “securing” of 688 irregular migrantsamong them, 15 Cubans, in two revisions in Puebla.

During the supervision at the Conde del Aparador hotel, located on the highway that goes from Puebla to Santa Ana Chiautempan, 567 migrants were found: 92 women, 110 minors and 365 men. Four alleged coyotes were arrested on charges of human trafficking and the property and two trucks were seized.

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