Police nursed the child victim of the hurricane

Police nursed the child victim of the hurricane

Police nursed the child victim of the hurricane

Arizbeth Ambrosio, a police officer assigned to Acapulco, Mexico, voluntarily breastfed a child who went hungry for two days in the resort city devastated by Hurricane Otis.

In a statement from the Secretariat of Citizen Security of Mexico City, it was reported that the woman burst into tears, complaining that her four-month-old son had not eaten for two days and that she was having trouble finding baby food for him.

“I admire the dedication, courtesy and profession of service of the Mexico City police,” said Pablo Vázquez, director of the Secretariat of Citizen Security.

Ambrosio is part of a special Mexico City search and rescue unit known as “Zorros,” which consists of 100 police officers sent to Acapulco, where a hurricane killed 43 people over the weekend.

THE NUMBER OF DEATHS INCREASES TO 39

Hurricane Otis reportedly caused five deaths in the nearby municipality of Coyuca de Benítez, while Guerrero state Governor Evelyn Salgado said on Sunday that 36 people were still missing.

It was known that the number of deaths increased to 39 with the statement from the authorities.

As military personnel and volunteers spent the weekend clearing debris from Acapulco’s main tourist strip, officials announced that the national energy company had restored power to 58 percent of Acapulco’s homes and businesses. They also added that there are 21 tanker trucks distributing water to devastated communities on the outskirts of Acapulco.

Source: Sozcu

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