Friday, May 29, 2020

Chlorine beaten and thrown at Red Cross volunteer paramedic in Tlapa, Guerrero

The attack occurred this morning when the volunteer Mario Alberto Montiel was on his way to his private home. Two unknown men beat and chlorinated a volunteer Red Cross paramedic in Tlapa de Comonfort, after accusing him of expanding COVID-19 in that town located in the Guerrero mountain region. The events occurred this morning when Mr. Mario Alberto Montiel Flores was walking towards his home, after having been on duty at the well-known institution for the last 24 hours. Two unknown men intercepted him and after severely hitting him, they brought him to his knees and sprayed him with chlorine, at the same time reproaching him for his guilt for spreading the coronavirus in that area. “My father Mario Alberto Montiel Flores has just been attacked under the Jale River Bridge. Two men knelt him, beat him, and bathed him in chlorine. They told him not to spread the coronavirus in Tlapa anymore. Ignorant and cowardly people who cannot do things head-on and do it secretly, “denounced Luis Rafael Montiel Robles, the victim’s son. This is the second attack on a health sector worker where the attackers used chemical products The first was two weeks ago in Acapulco, where a taxi driver threw windshield wiper liquid at a nurse who was trying to board his unit. 8 attacks against medical personnel, by people who accuse them of being responsible for spreading the conavirus, without physical injuries such as those that caused Montiel Flores, in the city of Tlapa de Comonfort. in the mountain region, they reported that the victim is recovering satisfactorily from the blows received, and that the chlorine thrown at him It did not affect any sensitive organ, because at the time of the attack the attacked carried googles that he uses as protection during his work day at the Red Cross. This fact caused great outrage among the Tlapa community and the corresponding complaint was filed before the local Public Ministry against those who are responsible.

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