The moment of tension in which a man tried to take his life by throwing himself from a building in CDMX

The man jumped from the Guadalajara hotel located in Tepito (Photo: Twitter/@Bomberos_CDMX)

The Heroic Fire Department of Mexico City, through its Twitter account, reported on the rescue of a man who tried to take his own life by throwing himself from a building in the Cuauhtémoc city hallspecifically on the rooftop of the Guadalajara hotel in the Morelos neighborhood, located on Eje 1 Norte Rayón and Calle Ignacio Allende.

“In coordination with paramedics from #ERUM, we attend to the emergency of a person who fell from a rooftop in Colonia Morelos, in @AlcCuauhtemocMx,” the official account wrote this Monday, October 24.

The fact was also reported by reporter Jorge Becerril through his Twitter account, who first stated that A police and emergency services mobilization was carried out in the streets of the mayor’s office by the man who was in the building.

Moments later he reported: “The man threw himself from the top of this building, emergency services They already transferred him to a hospital”. A few minutes later he pointed out that, together with the Medical Emergency and Rescue Squad (ERUM), they were treating the man. Users pointed out that the hotel was located on Axis 1 in the Tepito area of ​​CDMX.

So far, there has been no information about the man’s health status or his identity; however, they stated that he was transferred to a hospital. “In follow-up to the service at @AlcCuauhtemocMx, we inform that we proceeded to pack it for its transfer to the hospital. Service completed,” wrote the official fire department account.

On the other hand, he reported on a fire in a house in the El Manto neighborhood in the Iztapalapa mayor’s office. “In follow-up to the fire in @Alc_Iztapalapa, we report that various objects were burned; We proceeded to extinguish the fire, carry out removal and cooling tasks. Service completed”.

However, it was not the only one that was registered in the last few hours, because last Sunday, October 23, the Secretariat for Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection (SGIPRC) of Mexico City reported on a fire in Trinidad Guerrero and José M. Quintero, Col. Paraje San Juan, in the Iztapalapa mayor’s office, which left at least 50 people evacuated.

On the other hand, on Sunday, October 23, it was reported that a man got off the platform at the station Cuitlahuac of the line 2 of the Metro Collective Transport System (STC), with the intent to end his life; however, the security elements inside the transport managed to secure it.

Videos circulated on social networks about the individual, who was standing on the tracks in front of the train. He had a sharp object pointed at his throat.while the train driver, as well as other subjects on the platform, tried to talk to him.

Likewise, the official account of the Metro reported that for this Monday, October 24, the service was detained since a person outside the system went down to the tracks, who could also be protected. This happened on Line 2. Approximately 12 minutes later, he gave notice that the service had resumed.

“The service has not resumed but do you think they can at least turn on the fans? We are roasting”, “and because of that person thousands of people are affected. I hope he receives exemplary punishment”, were some of the comments left by users in the Metro publication.


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