Since this last Thursday night, more than 100 of our volunteers have been currently recovering victims from a landslide that covered homes in Nejapa north of San Salvador in the neighborhoods of Los Angelitos 1 and 2 . 9 bodies have so far been recovered of around 30 that are missing. We are working side by side with family members, Red Cross, National Firefighters in coordination with the National Response Emergency System .
Families affected have been sheltered in the polideportivo and also local churches . Donations acquired by CDS are being coordinated by our staff in order to bring clothes, food, and disposable diapers for babies.
Comandos will continue over the next days to continue searching for the missing.
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CDS first responders battled for several minutes to try to save the life of a young driver who apparently lost control of his car and crashed into a tree located on the edge of the Pan-American Highway, at the height from El Congo.
For several minutes the victim remained trapped between the twisted iron of the car, however, upon the arrival of the rescuers, the vital signs of the person were very weak, despite the effort made to free him, the young man lost the battle.
Our Extrication team concluded their work and minutes later the body of the young driver was released and handed over to the police authorities for recognition by forensics
Comandos de Salvamento helps rescue the injured patient.
Comandos de Salvamento’s High Angle rescue team helped rescue a female near la zona del Ingenio El Ángel de Apopa after she had lost her balance on an iron bridge and fell. CDS collaborated with the Red Cross in offering the patient not only first aid, but emotional support due to injuries sustained.
The rescue took approximately 40 minutes to help 48yo Marisol Santos Fuentes Reyes, who suffered a compound leg fracture. The patient was secured and transported to higher level of care at Rosales Hospital.
CDS responded to an Mass Casualty Incident MVA that involved a bus and a car along KM 28 along the Pan-american Highway where a female and minor were DOA and others with multiple injuries. The incident took place near Santa Cruz Michapa in Cuscatlán.
CDS did what they could to secure, triage and securely package the injured and supported forensics in identifying the deceased.
Six males that were leaving a bar were machine gunned down this afternoon. Comandos de Salvamento arrived on scene and attended to the victims barely presenting vitals until declared deceased by the forensic team out of Medicina Legal.
Another victim was outside the establishment expired due to multiple gunshots.
The event took place along 24ª. Avenida Norte y Calle El Tamarindo near to the Tiendona Market. CDS stayed for crowd control and to assist forensic detectives.