Hikers injured in traffic accident in Samaná identified


Among the 17 victims are three Venezuelans and one Colombian   The General Directorate of Traffic Safety and Land Transport (Digesett) informed Diario Libre that among the 17 victims of the traffic accident on the Sánchez-Samaná highway, three are Venezuelans, one is Colombian, and the rest are Dominican, including two minors. According to unofficial information, these are en route to the El Limón waterfall, in Samaná. The wounded were diagnosed with multiple injuries and cuts, and transferred to the Samaná provincial hospital, Leopoldo Pou, and the Alberto Gautreaux municipal district hospital in Sánchez. So far, 15 people have been identified. The injured Venezuelans are Yamilé Martínez, 34, Leudy de Jesús (25) and Susana Elivo (29 years old), who were transferred to the Samaná provincial hospital, while Luis Miguel Arias Reynoso […]

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