Students return to Hidalgo after being stranded in Acapulco due to 'Otis'

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The Autonomous University of the State of Hidalgo (UAEH) reported that the 51 students who were stranded and incommunicado in AcapulcoGuerrero, after the passage of Hurricane Otisbegan their journey back to the Hidalgo entity around noon.

According to the university institution, the delegation of students belongs to the Institute of Basic Sciences and Engineering (ICBI) and the Higher School of Zimapán (ESZi), who went to the port of Acapulco to participate in the XXXV International Mining Convention Mexico 2023which took place from October 23 to 27 of this year.

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The young people, along with the teachers who accompanied them, reported that they were protected, as well as in good health and physical conditions, so as soon as the situation was optimal, they were able to return to Hidalgo.

The institution stated that it remained in constant communication with the mothers and fathers of the family.

Another 77 UG students are stranded in Acapulco

The University of Guanajuato (UG) reported that 77 members of the university community have been trapped in Acapulco, Guerrero, after the passage of Hurricane Otis.

Professors, researchers and students from the Department of Mines, Metallurgy and Geology of the Engineering Division of the Guanajuato Campus, as well as support personnel, traveled to the state of Guerrero to participate in the XXXV International Mining Convention, which took place from the 23rd to October 27th.

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