Among the victims of 'Otis' in Acapulco there are 3 foreign residents: Guerrero Prosecutor's Office
during the conference morning this Monday, October 30, 2023, It was announced that among the fatalities due to the passage of the hurricane Otis There are three people of foreign originwho were not tourists but residents of the port of Acapulco.
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The above was reported in the voice of the head of the Prosecutor's Office of the state of Guerrero, Sandra Luz Valdovinos, who provided the information by telephone in a link with the National Palace, where the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador served as interlocutor.
Regarding the nationality of those who died today, Valdovinos explained that it is a person of English origin, another American and another Canadian.
A body has already been delivered
In this context, the state official pointed out that only the person of American origin was handed over to his relatives, while the other two have not been claimed.
In addition to the above, the head of the Prosecutor's Office explained that the agency has already established a link with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) to deliver the bodies of the aforementioned citizens to the corresponding authorities of Canada and England.
To close the topic, President López Obrador reported that Every day they will be updating the figures on the number of dead and missing people reported by the authorities of Guerrero after the passage of this natural phenomenon.
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