Potosi family, the most affected by carambola in Nombre de Dios
Durango, Dgo.-The victims with the most serious physical damage after the accident that occurred on Thursday on the Zacatecas – Durango highway, are a family from Potosí, whose four members were admitted to the Hospital of the Mexican Institute of Social Security in the capital.
Said injured are the occupants of a Chevrolet Sonic, identified as Édgar Didier González Pérez, who suffered a scalpel to the forehead and a fractured patella in his left leg; Judith Esqueda Escobedo, 36, who suffered a fracture of the tibia and/or fibula; the boy Diego Patricio, 5 years old, with head trauma; and the girl Alison Andre, 9 years old, who was polycontused.
According to the testimony of the adults, they were returning to San Luis Potosí after a few days of vacation in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, when the driver of a Ford Expedition van invaded their traffic lane, which even ended up overturned after said impact.
In it were also injured, originally from Zacatecas, Jesús Manuel Figueroa García of unknown age, Óscar Morales Figueroa, 41 years old, and Blanca Guadalupe Flores Aguilar, 40 years old. All were reported with mild affectations.
Another injured is Everardo García Sánchez, 38 years old, driver of a Jeep Grand Cherokee that was also damaged when one of the first two units referred to was projected towards his path. Two more people, data not provided, also suffered blows.
Of the 10 injured people, the potosinos were the ones who got the worst part, since the rest of the victims were reported without disabling injuries beyond a couple of days of forced rest.
Support for the injured was carried out by both the Mexican Red Cross and the National Commission for Emergencies and Civil Protection; these were supported by the Municipal Police of Nombre de Dios and the State Police; while the corresponding procedures were left to the National Guard.