A granny from Yucatan he died at the gates of a clinic in Valladolid, after he felt bad and asked for medical help.
The events occurred at the ‘Santa Anita’ clinic, located on Calle 40 between 47 and 49 in the ‘San Juan’ neighborhood, in the municipality of Valladolid.
The 70-year-old woman, identified as Severina Uc P., was transferred by her son to the aforementioned clinic after she presented shortness of breath and general malaise.
Upon arriving at the entrance of the clinic, she was treated by a doctor who assessed her and noticed that her blood pressure was very high, while her oxygenation was at 60%, for which they recommended that she be transferred immediately to a hospital.
To take the woman to a hospital, the support of a transfer taxi was requested, however the situation worsened when the woman fainted, so an ambulance was quickly requested.
An ambulance from the Mexican Red Cross arrived at the scene, whose paramedics could not do anything for the woman, since she had no vital signs.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, andn Yucatan it is very common to see these unfortunate deaths and recently two similar cases were registered.
Deaths in clinics in Yucatán
Just a few days ago he signed up the death of a young woman who was transferred to a hospital in Mérida because he felt bad. The young woman suffered from aggressive cancer.
On the other hand, last week the death of a man was recorded at the doors of an office in the Lázaro Cárdenas neighborhood in eastern Mérida, after he came for a consultation because he felt bad. Like granny, she suffered from shortness of breath.
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