At least 16 patients from a Social Security hospital (IMSS) in the Mexican state of Hidalgo (center) died after the hospital was flooded and the electricity flow was affected, the government of Mexico.
“Yesterday’s rains in Hidalgo caused the Tula River to overflow, flooding the General Hospital of zone No.5 of the IMSS; causing the death of 16 patients”, the government reported in a message on Twitter.
Yesterday’s rains in Hidalgo caused the Tula river to overflow, flooding the GZ No.5 Hospital of the IMSS; causing the death of 16 patients (the rest are being evacuated). The DNIII plan was applied. There are more than a thousand elements to serve the affected population. pic.twitter.com/GaawRA4Omb
– Government of Mexico (@GobiernoMX) September 7, 2021
After yesterday’s heavy rains, the #RiverTula on #Hidalgo Mexico 🇲🇽
The #floods on #Tula unfortunately they affected the Hospital del #IMSS, doctors and nurses assisting patients.
The DN-III Plan was implemented
Via @JornadaHidalgo pic.twitter.com/Mv2Va1hcgw
– Geol. Sergio Almazán (@chematierra) September 7, 2021
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