Thursday, February 2, 2023

Criminals stalk Culiacan hospitals to take doctors: Governor Rocha Moya

The threat of violence has not ended in Sinaloa after the capture of Ovidio Guzmán; State Governor Ruben Rocha Moya confirmed the risk continues. and called on the public to continue to protect themselves. He also reported on the situation experienced by doctors from various hospitals in the capital city.

There is concern among the medical population in Sinaloa because Criminals are raiding hospitals with the intention of taking doctors So that they could possibly attend to their wounded, Governor Ruben Rocha Moya said in an interview with national media.

he indicated that heHospitals already guarded by federal elements, In addition, he acknowledged that the situation remained tense as there were remnants of the violence, roads were still blocked, and the injured were being cared for in Culiacan hospitals.

Clashes may still occur on the streets or in the countryside, which is why they call on the population to stay safe.

The governor believes that the fact that he called on the population to take shelter very quickly helped ensure that no civilian injuries have been reported so far. Rocha Moya specified that two or three injured civilians arrived in hospitals.But they do not know how the events were or whether they are participants in the conflict.

According to the governor, it is expected that the situation will calm down in three-four hours, but it is not certain. It added that in Navolato, criminals took away two ambulances and four paramedics, but this situation has already been resolved. Most of the injured in hospitals are elements of the state, the army and the National Guard. Sinaloa’s governor says governance is capacity.

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