river disappears them; Coahuilenses meet 48 hours without being located in SLP

AQUISMÓN, SLP.- The relatives of Rodolfo Adrián, 40, and his son, only 7, they hope that father and son will be found alive, almost 48 hours after suffering a tragic accident in the area of La Huasteca Potosina, when they visited the Tamul waterfall.

Since dawn on Saturday, more than 50 people, among elements of Civil Protection, Firemen divers, police corporations of Aquismón and Ciudad Valles, boatmen and even guides of tour operators, began to deploy along the Gallinas and Tampaón rivers, in a search first by water and then by land, which was suspended at nightfall and will continue from this Sunday.

Black Friday

According to the statements of Marcela, mother and wife of the disappeared, The Saltillo family arrived on Thursday at the Tanchahín ejido for a walk and on Friday they sought to see the majestic Tamul waterfall, despite the fact that the area is closed to tourists due to the contingency caused by COVID-19.


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