They report 7 deaths due to collapse in a church in Tamaulipas; The search continues through the rubble
The Tamaulipas Security Spokesperson's Office reports tonight that so far there are seven deaths due to the collapse of the ceiling in the Santa Cruz church; while 10 people were rescued from the rubble and transferred to various hospitals in the state.
Through a statement on its social networks, the Tamaulipas Security Spokesperson details that the collapse of the roof of the Santa Cruz church took place at 2:18 p.m., despite the fact that in the video of a surveillance camera that is circulating On social networks the time shown is 15:18.
In the same text it is explained that the collapse of the church located in the municipality of Ciudad Madero was possibly due to a failure in its structure. Elements from various security and civil protection corporations are working at the site of the tragedy; In addition, municipal authorities who take charge of the situation.
Moment of the collapse of the CHURCH on CD. LOG. pic.twitter.com/iGmMUJZaAa
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In addition, the general population is informed that the injured people were transferred to the Civil Hospital and the Dr. Carlos Canseco General Hospital.
On the other hand, Governor Américo Villarreal Anaya instructed the Secretary General of the Government, the Coordinator of State Civil Protection and the authorities of the Health sector, to travel to the scene of the events to coordinate the work and personally attend to the affected families.
It should be noted that at this time debris removal work continues to carry out rescue maneuvers.
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