Miraculous rescue in Colombia, 4 children are found alive after 40 days lost in the jungle
The miracle that Colombia waited for 40 days occurred this Friday with the discovery and rescue of the four indigenous children who had been lost since May 1 in the Amazon jungle after the plane crash in which they were traveling with their mother, the pilot and another adult.
The protagonists of this miracle of surviving the dangers and the jungle are the minors Lesly Mukutuy, 13 years old; Soleiny Mukutuy, 9; Tien Noriel Ronoque Mukutuy, 4, and one-year-old baby Cristin Neruman Ranoque.
The minors, brothers to each other, were found after five in the afternoon in a remote point between the departments of Caquetá and Guaviare where they were searched without rest for weeks by some 200 soldiers, including commandos of the Army Special Forces, and indigenous people. from various tribes knowledgeable about the jungle, all united in “Operation Hope”.
After the discovery, the children were treated by combat medics from the Special Operations Command deployed in the area and at night, they were transferred by helicopter to the military base of San José del Guaviare, capital of Guaviare, where "they were stabilized."
#At this time commands of the @FuerzaAereaCol They take the 4 children out of the thick jungle. The helicopter 🚁 is more than 60 meters high. The trees 🌳 are very tall and the visibility is almost zero. They go to the heliport set up in the middle of the jungle for this operation.
From the heliport… pic.twitter.com/P7RYWDV9oi
– Ministry of Defense (@mindefense) June 10, 2023
Defense Minister Iván Velásquez reported that tomorrow, as far as possible, the minors will be transferred to the Bogotá Military Hospital to continue their recovery.
With information from EFE
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